|Date Created||Title||All Thesaurus Terms||Notes||Expanded Number|
|08-Jun-1981||PSC in Basic Services for Children. Paper by RRN Tuluhungwa for the "Orientation to UNICEF, New York, Programme" 8-12 June 1981||Children; Training; Programme support communications||5 pp. Broad introduction to the function of PSC in supporting UNICEF's programmes; discusses: communication strategy; the role of communication in UNICEF-assisted programmes; planning and programming PSC; organisation; PSC functions at UNICEF HQ in New York; future trends.||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000113|
|17-Jun-1981||PSC. Korea. Brief Note on ANP Villages Field Trip. PSC Unit, Seoul, Korea||Basic services; Rural development; Nutrition education; Republic of Korea; Communication for development; Programme support communications; Communication for social change||8 pp
The purpose of the field trip was to introduce a PSC input into the nutrition pilot projects. Information was gathered through informal interviews with field staff and villagers. Questions covered both ANP related issues and general health matters. Villagers and extension workers are also asked about methods and equipment used for communications.
|01-Jul-1981||PSC. Korea. Brief Note on Field Trip to Chungbuk and Kyungbuk Provinces related to ANP Projects. PSC Unit, UNICEF, Seoul||Rural development; Nutrition education; Republic of Korea; Communication for development; Programme support communications; Communication for social change||12.
The ANP (Applied Nutrition Programme) project was not overly popular, but villagers and others interviewed in the report shared interesting perceptions about agricultural extension and health support and development work in their country. Villagers and extension workers are also asked about methods and equipment used for communications.
|15-Oct-1981||PHC Promotion in Africa, Red Cross Radio Prize. Final report of a joint meeting (LRCS, WHO, UNICEF, URTNA), Brazzaville, 15-17 October 1981||Workshops; Primary health care; Radio programmes; Communication media; Congo; Programme support communications; Communication for social change||3 pp
The purpose of the meeting was to strengthen and improve radio campaigns for rural health education. Planned collaboration between the four organisations: training of journalists, communicators, health personnel etc; co-production of audiovisual material; and coordination to create/strengthen national structures.
Conclusions, as well as Annexes 1 and 2 are in French, as English version was missing.
|25-Nov-1981||Letter explaining communication component in (water) projects from Erskine Childers, Director, Division of Information, UNDP, New York to HE Mr. Abdul-Rahman El-Bouri, Minister for Supply and National Development, Morocco||Drinking water; Health promotion; Health communication; Programme support communications||7 pp
The letter is a follow up to an earlier meeting between representatives of UNDP and the Moroccan Ministry of Supply and National Development. The letter explains UNDP's worldwide role in the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, and related "communication components", it further discusses public information activities, materials currently available, ideas for national information activities in Morocco, education of national staff. The letter lists suggestions for UNDP assistance related to the Decade for the Govt. of Morocco's consideration, to be funded within the UNDP indicative planning figure for Morocco. The letter also talks about communications components in projects.
|01-Dec-1981||PSC. Nepal. Project Support Communication for the Small Farmer Development Project in Nepal. UNICEF, Kathmandu||Community participation; Nepal; Communication for development; Programme support communications; Communication for social change||6 pp.
The document seems to be a part of a project proposal for a communications component of the Small Farmer Development Project (SFDP). It elaborates the importance of communications, and how one might communicate with farmers in Nepal. A participatory radio programme is foreseen, giving messages of health care, nutrition and other UNICEF concerns. A budget is included project costs from 1982 thru 1986.
|22-Apr-1982||Development Information Meeting, Geneva, 26-28 April 1982. Item 8: Development Education and Related Activities||Education for development; Information management; Programme support communications||2 pp. Official document. Discusses recommendations and decisions of the Joint UN Information Committee (JUNIC)||CF-RAI-USAA-PD-GEN-2007-000320|
|29-Jun-1982||Paper about Media Work in New York giving a historic perspective on UNICEF's media work.||Fundraising; Press coverage; Communication media; Programme support communications||4pp. Discusses fundraising policies and details what the press work entails. Stresses the importance of good press relations in New York. Discusses the work of the US Cttee for UNICEF and its press work (very limited ). Also mentions UNICEF staff involved with media work.
This paper was possibly part of a budget document, medium term plan, or similar document.
|30-Sep-1982||UNICEF Position on the Red Cross Radio Prize for the Promotion of Primary Health Care in Africa. Position paper drafted by Jose Manduley, PSC Unit, UNICEF, New York||UNICEF policy; Primary health care; Radio programmes; Africa; Programme support communications; Communication for social change||2 pp
Outlines UNICEF's collaboration with the League of Red Cross Societies, work with the radio prize, and international cooperation to promote primary health care.
|16-Dec-1982||PSC. Turkey. Report of the Health Story Writing Competition among Village Schools, by Ece Belen, UNICEF Ankara.||Village level workers; Primary schools; Primary health care; Turkey; Programme support communications||20 pp
Includes the Workplan, Final Report and Prize Ceremony report of the event, as well as a memo from Ekrem Birerdinc, UNICEF, Ankara, to Hans Narula, UNICEF, New York, about the activity. The competition included 40,000 schools throughout Turkey, involving children from 7 to 11 years of age. Winners and their teachers were invited to Ankara for a cultural tour and prize ceremony.