Older people in disasters and humanitarian crises: Guidelines for best practice

HelpAge is a very rich site in information for older people who want to do.

Older people in disasters and humanitarian crises: Guidelines for best practice
http://www.helpage.org/publications/PapersEtc/PapersEtcmiddle.html

* Guidelines for best practice Published 2000
* Themes: emergencies, development
* English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Bangla and Mongolian
* Price: free

Based on wide-ranging new research from Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas and 20 years’ global disaster experience, these guidelines aim to help relief agencies meet the special needs of older people in emergencies.
Read more information; download a pdf in English (527kb) or Spanish (505kb); or email your order for French, Portuguese, Bangla or Mongolian versions.

Return to list

Advertisements

O’Folks (off their rocker)

Old age isn't a disease.

Arctic sunset

© header image

Comments how-tos

For those new to blogs, check out this post *commenting on blogs* Recent comments, on the sidebar blogroll, often have additional or complementary information. Recent revisions of posts themselves may be found by using the search box for "revised". Tech support says spam (ads or worse) is hitting WordPress heavily so if you don't see your comment in 24 hours, send an E-mail and TS will check the spam trap.

RSS BHIC Bringing Health Info to the Community

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

Categories

RSS Nonagenarian news

October 2005
M T W T F S S
« Sep   Nov »
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31  

Haeremai Camai Bula Bepuwave Bienvenidos

  • 163,867 visitors

%d bloggers like this: