|Date Created||Title||All Thesaurus Terms||Notes||Expanded Number|
|01-Mar-1981||PSC Newsletter. Vol 5, No.1, March 1981. In Spanish. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York||Breastfeeding; Radio; Communication media; Nigeria; Peru; Programme support communications||Issue in Spanish. Lead article: Actividades destacadas de PSC en 1980 (translation into Spanish of the article by RRN Tuluhungwa, appearing as lead article of Vol 5, No 2, in English). Other contents: Puntos de vista sobre el PSC; Programas de radio en los que participa la comunidad - Peru; Manual de fomento para la lactancia materna; De la prensa al PSC - Nigeria (entrevistas con Dr. Joe Ascroft y Prof. Gary Gleason, Univ of Iowa, Richard Reid, UNICEF, Lagos) This is a Spanish translation of the article appearing in English in Vol 5, No 2 ; Taller sobre communicacion para el desarrollo social; Curso en planeacion y estrategia de communicaciones - julio 26 - agosto 14 de 1981.
|20-May-1981||Community health workers and the need for training in communication skills. Article by K.R. Cripwell Tropical Doctor, April 1981, Vol 11.||Infant mortality; Primary health care; Health promotion; Health communication||4pp.
The article deplores the state of primary health care and high infant mortality rates, and believes one strongly contributing factor is failure to communicate proper care with the mother.
Distributed to UNICEF PSC Officers worldwide by Edward Lannert, Deputy Director, Programme Development and Planning Div.
|01-Jun-1981||PSC Newsletter. Vol. 5, No. 2, June 1981. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York||Theatre; Goitre control; Communication media; Nigeria; Bhutan; Nepal; Programme support communications||Lead article: Highlights of PSC activities in 1980, by RRN Tuluhungwa, Chief, PSC Service, UNICEF HQ. Other contents: From Printing Press to PSC, Nigeria, by Wan-fai Yung, PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, interview with Dr. Joe Ascroft and Prof. Gary Gleason of the Univ of Iowa, Richard Reid, UNICEF, Lagos; Training of injection team supervisors and vaccinators in Nepal (campaign of iodized oil injections against goitre and cretinism in Jumla District, Nepal); Development of educational puppetry in Bhutan.||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000168|
|16-Jul-1981||Case Study Interview Guide; and Responding to the Imperatives of Change: The Case for Development Advertising. 2 articles by Benjamin V. Lozare, University of the Philippines, with letter to Revelians Tuluhungwa, UNICEF NY||Advocacy; Programme support communications; Communication strategy||18 pp.
Lozare's ideas relate to UNICEF's PSC work; the article advocates using advertising techniques harnessed for spreading primary health care messages.
|01-Dec-1981||PSC Newsletter. Vol 5, No.3, December 1981. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York||Participatory development; Fisheries; Goitre control; Communication media; Cote d'Ivoire; South America; Nepal; Programme support communications||Lead article: Promotion of Pisciculture in the Ivory Coast, by Ute Deseniss, UNICEF, Abidjan (translated from French original, Le poisson c'est bon, by Gill Bevington, also UNICEF, Abidjan); Other contents; Some lessons from a failure (poster campaign for iodized salt against goitre in Pakistan); Designing participatory methods and materials, by Lyra Srinivasan, of SARAR International, New York; UNICEF Americas PSC Workshop (RRN Tuluhungwa reports on workshop held in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, April 1981).||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000169|
|01-Apr-1982||PSC Newsletter. Vol 6, No.1, Avril 1982. In French. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York||Breastfeeding; Fisheries; Communication media; Cote d'Ivoire; Eastern and Southern Africa; Sri Lanka; Programme support communications||Issue in French. Lead article: Activites marquantes de PSC en 1981, French translation of RRN Tuluhungwa's article, Highlights of PSC Activities in 1981, appearing in Vol 6, No 2, July 1982. Other contents: Exposition des moyens visuels (highlighting the importance of visual communications in relation to water, education in hygiene and sanitation held in New York in December 1981); Promotion de la pisciculture en Cote d'Ivoire (English translation of this article appeared in Vol 5, No 3) by Ute Deseniss, UNICEF, Abidjan; Annonce (Audio-visual slide show on breastfeeding being prepared by UNICEF Hq); Programme de formation sur communications en Afrique orientale, par RRN Tuluhungwa; L'image choquante, par Anne-Marie Gaudras, UNICEF Abidjan (about a workshop in Lome, Togo 2-7 November 1981 on the theme of "L'enfant et son developpement, television, sante, education - Children, growth, television, health, and education).||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000170|
|01-Jul-1982||PSC Newsletter. Vol 6, No.2, July 1982. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York||Water supply; Sanitation; Rural development; Training; Salt iodization; Communication media; Nigeria; Pakistan; Programme support communications||Lead article: Highlights of PSC Activities in 1981, by RRN Tuluhungwa, UNICEF, New York; Other contents: The shocking image, by Anne-Marie Gaudras, UNICEF Abidjan (translation of French article that appeared in Vol 6, No 1); Pakistan produces materials for marketing iodinated salt (review of various promotional materials, such as cartoon booklet, information booklet, hanging mobile, calender with verse from Koran, calendar pack design, cartoon stickers); Rural drinking water supply and sanitation pilot project, Imo State, Nigeria; PSC training programmes in Eastern Africa, by RRN Tuluhungwa (the same article appeared in French in Vol 6, No 1); Breastfeading slide set; Audio-Visual planning guide.||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000171|
|01-Jul-1982||Villages: the forgotten resource. An interview with Revelians Tuluhungwa, PSC Officer, UNICEF Hq, New York. The interview appeared in Development Forum, Vol X, No 6, July-August 1982||Development assistance policy; Development strategies; Rural development strategies; Social development||The interview discusses changing attitudes towards development. RRN Tuluhungwa speaks of 'misconceived development strategies' that overlooked the dynamics of political awareness arising at the village level. Current thinking looked at old traditional social structures to utilize them for increasing production and understanding issues affecting health.
Development Forum was published by the UN University and the Division of Economic and Social Information, UN/DPI
|01-Oct-1982||Communications: A Potent Force for Change. Article in UNICEF News, Issue 114/1982/4.||Water; Rural Communities; Breastfeeding; Health; Goitre control; Radio; Newspapers; Communication for social change; Communication for social development||37 pp.
Articles by UNICEF field staff and other writers dealing with various situations in the field requiring different modes of communication to relay messages to community members.
The issue aslo includes statistics on media: distribution of newspapers by continent; books published and library holdings, as well as numbers of radios by continent and per 1000 inhabitants.
|01-Dec-1982||PSC Newsletter. Vol 6, No.3, December 1982. Produced by PSC Service, UNICEF Hq, New York||Theatre; Behavioural change; Family welfare; Breastfeeding; Training; Nutrition; Communication media; Indonesia; Sri Lanka; Programme support communications||Lead article: Family Nutrition Improvement Programme in Indonesia, by Malicca Ratne, UNICEF Jakarta. Other contents: Update on PSC training programme in East Africa, by Kabwe Kasoma, UNICEF Nairobi; Sri Lanka Breastfeeding stamp and first-day cover; Use of drama in EPI promotion (Kampala, Uganda); Garbage in, garbage out (creative uses of UNICEF supplies); How to make an illuminator; The foundation for teaching aids at low cost (TALC); PSC internship programme; UNICEF Staff changes and appointments.||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000172|