Global Handwashing Day (GHD) is celebrated annually on October 15 and was created by the Global Public-Private Partnership for Handwashing to foster and support a global culture of handwashing with soap, shine a spotlight on the state of handwashing in every country and raise awareness about the benefits of handwashing with soap. Refer to this Toolkit and the GHD Public-Private Partnership website for all the information you need to plan for this day including; an excellent Planners Guide (in English & Spanish), and a place where you can share your plans.

The Small Grants Example Projects tool is designed for Peace Corps Volunteers and their counterparts to inspire small grants projects by providing excellent examples of projects that were previously implemented across different regions and sectors.

The Global Alliance For Clean Cookstoves is a public-private initiative to save lives, improve livelihoods, empower women, and protect the environment by creating a thriving global market for clean and efficient household cooking solutions.

The Sector-Specific PACA Tool Booklet for Health is a supplement to the PACA Field Guide for Volunteers.

This library is a free digital collection of practical "How-To" Development Information with 4,000 books and manuals in full text online (in HTML or PDF format).

This publication, developed for the World Health Organization's Convention on Biological Diversity, focuses on the links between agricultural biodiversity, food security and human health.

This handout is a packet of supplementary materials regarding an improved cookstoves project that cannot be found in the Duncan Model Stove Manual.

This manual shows volunteers, counterparts, and masons how to construct the Duncan Model of improved cookstoves in the Dominican Republic, describing the materials and equipment necessary and the step-by-step process of construction and maintenance.

This guide offers ideas for natural pesticides available in the Dominican Republic. These natural pesticides can be used for personal, community, and/or school gardens.

The resources and curricula presented here were developed to enable Peace Corps Volunteers and community counterparts to build a greater network of support for children affected by the AIDS crisis. Those who use this manual will arm themselves and others with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to bring families and communities together to care for orphans and vulnerable children.

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