|Date Created||Title||All Thesaurus Terms||Notes||Expanded Number|
|01-Apr-1975||Communication: A tool for development. Issue 84 / 1975 / 2 of UNICEF News. UNICEF Headquarters, New York||Education for development; Social change; Folk media; Nutrition; Family Planning; Communication for development; Communication for social change; Child/youth media; Communication for social development||32pp. Exact date not indicated.
Articles by UNICEF Hq and Field staff, including :
Communication for Development: From Propaganda to Dialogue AND Entertainment, by John Balcomb, Chief, Communications
and Information Service, for Eastern Africa.
Kid Stuff: Modules for SITE-TV in India. Villages in India can now have TV via satellite. Gopal Dutia, Assistant PSC Officer,
UNICEF New Delhi
The Communications Gap. Why do some development projects fail? Alastair Matheson, Dep Dir, UNICEF Div of Information
The Waiting Room. Entertainment and health/nutrition msgs for mothers waiting at maternal clinic in Cairo, by Mohamed Islam,
PSC Officer, UNICEF Beirut
Educational TV: Catalyst for Social Change. A mass educational TV project to teach Pakistan's adults to read and write, by
Ole Dich, Chief, Editorial and Publications Services, Information Div, UNICEF
Posters as a tool: inexpensive, easy to produce and distribute, by Bjorn Berndtson, PSC Officer, UNICEF
Communicating a Vision. The vital role of the "story-teller" by UNICEF staff writer, Anthony Hewett
|01-Apr-1976||Teacher utilization of instructional radio. Article in two parts by Jose C. Manduley, PSC Officer, UNICEF Korea Office, published in Educational Broadcasting, Nos 2 (March-April) and 3 (May-June), 1976, Barrington Publications||Educational media; Radio; United States||9pp
The article identifies and analyzes factors influential to classroom teacher usage of an instructional radio project. The project was designed to develop language skills for black, culturally deprived children, unable to express themselves in standard English sentences. Data were collected by the author from over 200 teachers and their administrators in 80 selected elementary schools in Washington, D.C., USA, during 1973-1974. The article discusses training of teachers and administrators and makes recommendations to teachers.
|01-Mar-1977||PSC Newsletter. Vol 1 No.1. Spring 1977. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York.||Communication media; Nepal; Programme support communications||The Newsletter (8 pages, 8x11, stapled) is introduced as the "UNICEF house PSC medium" for circulating news and views of PSC activities.
Contents: Introduction; SC Regional system workshop information; Recommended books; Fighting typhus; Nepal PSC; Bangladesh Radio Survey communication support of basic services.
|01-Jun-1977||PSC Newsletter. Vol 1, No.2. Undated (summer ? ) 1977. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York.||Water supply; Cottage industries; Malnutrition; Radio programmes; Communication media; Republic of Korea; Turkey; Programme support communications||Contents: (not all articles are listed in the Table of Contents on the front page). Lead article: Here comes the sun by Cynthia Reader; Other contents: The art of slow trekking. A personal account of PSC in Nepal; The Voice of Self-Reliance. Report from Nairobi; Secret Killer. A review of a New Delhi Nutrition Manual; Prevention of Xerophthalmia and nutritional blindness; GAF Viewers tested in Turkey; Cotton goes to school - silkscreenig teaching aids; PSC and water (tubewells, Bangladesh); Publications review.||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000153|
|01-Dec-1977||PSC Newsletter. Vol 1, No.3. Undated (winter? ) 1977. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York||Breastfeeding; Educational facilities and materials; Child nutrition; Communication media; Egypt; Ghana; Indonesia; Sri Lanka; Programme support communications||Lead article: The hand that rocks the cradle, by Cynthia Reader, UNICEF, New York Other contents: Plan ahead, by Bjorn Berndtson, Chief, PSC Service, UNICEF Hq; Mini Media blitz hits Marsabit Mountain, based on correspondence with RRN Tuluhungwa, UNICEF Nairobi, and a report by Joan Wiseman (about farmers in an isolated location in Kenya); PSC Checklist; Down to earth, by John Spring, Liaison Officer, UNICEF Accra; The Government Octopus; Butterfly puppet pattern; Why do the children play? based on a report by June Mehra, UNICEF, New Delhi; Puppets with a purpose; the glamourous life of PSC (photos of PSC officers; La ruralizacion de Piaget, by Orlando Lugo, UNICEF Lima;||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000154|
|01-Mar-1978||PSC Newsletter. Vol 2, No.1. Undated (spring?) 1978. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York.||Breastfeeding; Child nutrition; Radio; Communication media; Cameroon; Sudan; Zambia; Colombia; Guyana; Philippines; Programme support communications; Communication for social change||Lead article: What's so great about Super-8? (about super-8 film). Other contents: The two-way radio system (from the jungle in Guyana); A star is born: The community health worker of Sudan; The dream-house (squatter families in Lusaka build and improve their own homes); Market Day (in Cameroon); What did your child eat today? (Mohammed Islaam, PSC Officer in Cairo, thinks the most important listener is the village mother); Buried treasure (working with the 'Bench schools' in the slums of Cartagena); Seven golden rules (for cultivating pond fish, Bangladesh); The story of Salem (villagers who have learned to read, Egypt and Lebanon); Doorstep delivery of health services (new plan for improvement in the Philippines); Publications review.||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000161|
|15-Mar-1978||PSC Newsletter. Vol 2, No.2. 15 March 1978. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF HQ, New York.||Well construction; Communication media; Programme support communications||Lead article: From the UNICEF Waterfront. A note from the Adviser, Drinking Water Programmes, UNICEF New York
Other contents: Water! Communications Strategies to make technical advances serve community development; Children's welfare through peaceful uses of atomic energy; Salawe Pump (complaints about unsanitary condition of the pump, Tanzania); Making the bricks (illustrated detailed stepwise guide to building a well);
|01-Aug-1978||PSC Newsletter. Vol 2, No.3. Undated (fall?) 1978. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York.||Communication media; Africa; Lesotho; Programme support communications; Communication for social change; Communication for social development||Contents: Lead article: Close-up on Africa (the importance of communication programmes); Village wisdom (condensation of an article by Boubacar Sock, PSC officer in Nairobi, formerly with Radio Senegal); Communications for social development (photos with captions); Radio in Lesotho: Who is listening? (is radio the best way to reach villagers?); 2 cents plain (Nigerian teachers get bargain prices for school books).||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000159|
|01-Aug-1978 at 1:49 PM||UNICEF leads in Social Development Communication. Article by Bjorn Berndtson, published in PSD Population and Social Development Communication Newsletter (subsidized by USAID Population Office).||UNICEF policy; Social development; Communication for development; Communication for social change; Development support communication||20 pp.
Article about UNICEF starting to fund PSC after 1975 and expanding the activity.
Bjorn Berndtson was Chief of Project Support Communication, UNICEF Hq New York.
|01-Dec-1978||PSC Newsletter. Vol 2, No.4. Undated (winter?) 1978. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York.||Children's books; Nutrition; Immunization; Communication media; Panama; Bangladesh; India; Nepal; Republic of Korea; Thailand; Programme support communications||Lead article: Lessons from a caterpillar (report by Wah Wong, UNICEF Representative in the Philippines, about a new book series to teach children nutrition); Other contents: Responses to questionnaire about the Newsletter; Pretesting posters (developing a poster series in Nepal); Talking with parents in Panama; "We are the eyes and ears of UNICEF" (from Amran Hassan, representing UNICEF in Bangladesh); Ready for change in India; Videotape goes to work in Cairo; Children's theatre in Ghana.||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000160|