2 edition of Two decades of social work in the Himalaya found in the catalog.
Two decades of social work in the Himalaya
Himalaya Seva Sangh.
|LC Classifications||HV392 .H56 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||89905277|
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For decades, the Himalayas have been a hotspot for vivid environmental debates. Over a long period, the Himalayan Environmental Degradation Theory—with its small and large-scale scenarios, vicious circles and predicted catastrophes in the context of the Himalaya-Ganges problem— has dominated academic and development work. Subsequently. Get this from a library! Development and public health in the Himalaya: reflections on healing in contemporary Nepal. [Ian Harper, (Anthropologist);] -- Engaging with a range of public health issues, this book charts important social and political transitions in Nepal through the lens of medicine and health development. It focuses on mission health.
Based on two decades of experience, both as a physician and public health professional and an anthropologist, the author presents these issues through four case studies of health programme intervention in a district in central Nepal to show the inter-related aspects of the processes. A second-generation Himalaya employee, Philipe started his career at Himalaya, at the age of 18, as a medical representative and spent two decades in the field. As CEO, Philipe transformed the pharmaceutical division by creating new strategic business units for greater portfolio rationalization, launching new products and entering new segments.
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Himalaya Seva Sangh. Two decades of social work in the Himalaya. New Delhi: The Sangh, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Himalaya Seva Sangh. OCLC Number: Description: 56 pages ; 23 cm. Based on two decades of experience, both as a physician and public health professional and an anthropologist, the author presents these issues through four case studies of health programme intervention in a district in central Nepal to Cited by: 6.
About the Book Gender in the Himalaya: Cultural Politics of Gendered Identity, Place and Positionality engages with the vibrant field of feminist scholarship and brings together a collection of papers by scholars who have long- term research relations with communities in the Himalayan region.
In considering the Himalaya as a frontier that is constituted by a range of context. Many social work educators agree that there is an undue influence of USA and/or UK model of social work in the global south.
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The books I had previously written had been on topics I had chosen myself: a social history of peasant protest in the Himalaya, two co-authored books on environmental conflicts, a biography of the. To meet surging domestic energy demand, provide power to the largest population in the world that lacks electricity (> million people), and reduce rapidly growing CO2 emissions, the Government of India (GOI) has embarked on a fast-track dam-building program.
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Why study social change in Nepal? In the past few decades, Nepal has seen tremendous changes in development, discourse surrounding equality and inclusiveness, and human and civic rights. Live in the Kathmandu Valley, home to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites, and learn from experts, activists and academics about development, gender and social.A personal encyclopaedia of the Himalaya “If there is one book you must set aside, either for new year holiday reading or as a Christmas gift to a fellow traveller, it would be Tales from the Himalaya by the British climber-turned-trekker Henry Edmundson, which has just been published by Vajra Books.
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