Visit www.tearfund.org/footsteps to download a free copy, or contact us to order paper copies in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish.
Tearfund’s Advocacy toolkit is an excellent guide to the theory and practice of advocacy. The book can be downloaded free of charge from https://learn.tearfund.org/advocacytoolkit. Included online is information about how to use the internet and mobile phones in advocacy, plus PowerPoint® presentations for training sessions.
Contact us to order a paper copy. Available in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
Children in a digital world
State of the world’s children report 2017, Unicef
A comprehensive look at the different ways technology is affecting children and youth in today’s digital age. Download the report free of charge from www.unicef.org/sowc2017
Edited by Jason Fileta
Live Justly is a series of in-depth scriptural and practical studies covering six key areas: advocacy, prayer, consumption, generosity, creation care and relationships. The global edition was published in 2017 by Micah Challenge USA and Tearfund.
Buy hard copies or download free of charge from www.tearfund.org/livejustly. Alternatively, contact us by post or email to order a copy.
Thare machi education
TME’s aim is to make basic life-saving health information accessible to the world’s poorest people in their own languages. Currently 56 languages are represented. Resources include educational DVDs and online lessons on all aspects of health, including many topics of interest to young people. Visit tme.org.uk to find out more. The website is available in English, French and Spanish.
Alternatively, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or write to PO Box 4040, Leamington Spa, CV32 5YJ, UK.
Available in English unless otherwise stated.
The purpose of this site is to help people understand the different themes in sport and development, and connect with others involved in similar work. Search ‘toolkit’ to find practical information, ideas and advice on the implementation of sport for development projects. Available in English and French.
Stop the traffik is working to inform, equip and mobilise communities to know what human trafficking is, and how to respond appropriately if they see it.
This movement building guide is for people who are passionate about bringing an end to poverty and environmental degradation. Written with young people in mind, it includes information on why and how to build a successful advocacy movement. Available in English and French.
Unicef works across the world to save the lives of children and young people, defend their rights and help them fulfil their potential. Search ‘youth’ to find many interesting articles. Available in multiple languages.
Setting up community health and development programmes in low and middle income settings
Fourth Edition. Edited by Ted Lankester and Nathan J Grills
‘This book contains all a health worker needs to know when setting up a community health programme in a rural or urban setting. I strongly recommend this book and congratulate the authors.’ Professor David Morley
Across the world, millions of people do not have access to adequate health care. As a result, children and adults suffer from illnesses that could be prevented or treated, if they knew what to do.
This book provides clear and practical advice on how to start, develop and maintain health care programmes in poor areas of the world. It places the community at the centre, focusing on how people can work together to identify and solve their own problems. It also discusses how communities can work effectively with existing health providers to improve local services.
This fourth edition of the book includes chapters on disability and mental health. There is also a chapter on helping communities manage disaster risk.
The book is published by Oxford University Press in association with Arukah Network for Global Community Health (www.arukahnetwork.org). Visit www.oup.com/academic to buy or download the book. Or write to Oxford University Press, 198 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10016, USA.