This section provides key programme design and evaluation tools on integrating social development principles into human development programmes.
- De Albuqerque, C. (n.d.). On the right travel: Good practices in realising the rights to water and sanitation. UN.
- Freedman, L. P. (2001). Using human rights in maternal mortality programs: from analysis to strategy. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 75(1), 51-60.
- UNICEF (2014). Child rights education toolkit: Rooting child rights in early childhood education, primary and secondary schools (First Edition). UNICEF.
- WHO. (2014). Ensuring human rights in the provision of contraceptive information and services: Guidance and recommendations. Geneva: WHO.
- CARE Australia. Mutual Accountability Tool.
- de Asís, M. G. (2009). Improving transparency, integrity, and accountability in water supply and sanitation. World Bank Publications.
- EdQual. (2010). A framework for education quality (EdQual Policy Brief No. 10).
- Fritsche, G. B., Soeters, R., & Meessen, B. (2014). Performance-based financing toolkit. Washington, DC: World Bank.
- Global Water Partnership Toolbox.
- Kar, K., & Chambers, R. (2008). Handbook on community-led total sanitation. Plan UK.
- Muller, M., Simpson, R., & Van Ginneken, M. (2008). Ways to improve water services by making utilities more accountable to their users: a review (Water working notes; note no. 15). Washington, DC: World Bank.
- World Bank Group Health Results Innovation Trust Fund. (2014). RBF: A smarter approach to delivering more and better reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services. World Bank Group Health Results Innovation Trust Fund.
- House, S., Ferron, S., Sommer, M., & Cavill, S. (on behalf of WaterAid). (2014). Violence, gender and WASH: A practitioner’s toolkit.
- House, S., Mahon, T., & Cavill, S. (2012). Menstrual hygiene matters: a resource for improving menstrual hygiene around the world. WaterAid.
- Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG) Gender and Health Toolkit.
- UNICEF (n.d.). Promoting gender equality through UNICEF-supported programming in basic education: Operational Guidance. UNICEF.
- United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) resources.
- USAID (2007). Training guide: Continuum of approaches for achieving gender integration in programming: A decision-making tool for education officers. Toolkit prepared by the EQUATE team for USAID.
- WHO. (2011). Human rights and gender equality in health sector strategies: How to assess policy coherence. WHO.
- WHO. (2013). Responding to intimate partner violence and sexual violence against women (WHO clinical and policy guidelines).
- WHO guidelines on maternal, reproductive and women’s health.
- Wilson, E., Reeve, J., & Pitt, A. (2014). Education. Period. Developing an acceptable and replicable menstrual hygiene intervention. Development in Practice, 24(1), 63-80.
- HelpAge International guidelines on working with older people
- Uhlenberg, P. (2009). International handbook of population aging (Vol. 1). Dordrecht: Springer.
- UNICEF. Child Friendly Schools.
- UNICEF. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in schools (A companion to the Child Friendly Schools Manual).
- WHO guidelines on child health
- Booth, T., & Ainscow, M. (2011). Index for inclusion: Developing learning and participation in schools (Third Edition). Bristol: CSIE.
- DFID. (2009). Gender and social exclusion analysis how to note (A Practice Paper). Department for International Development, London, UK.
- Hinds, R. (2013). Tools for participatory analysis of poverty, social exclusion and vulnerability (GSDRC Helpdesk Research Report 959). Birmingham, UK: GSDRC, University of Birmingham.
- Lang, R., Kett, M., Groce, N., & Trani, J. F. (2011). Implementing the United Nations Convention on the rights of persons with disabilities: principles, implications, practice and limitations. ALTER-European Journal of Disability Research/Revue Européenne de Recherche sur le Handicap, 5(3), 206-220.
- Rheingans, R., Anderson, J. D., Luyendijk, R., & Cumming, O. (2014). Measuring disparities in sanitation access: does the measure matter? Tropical Medicine & International Health, 19(1), 2-13.
- UNESCO (2008). Equity and inclusion in education: Tools to support education sector planning and evaluation.
- UNESCO Bangkok (2004-13). Embracing diversity: Toolkit for creating inclusive learning-friendly environments. Bangkok: UNESCO.