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Document ID (ISN)110682
CIS number 10-0238
ISBN(s) 978-92-2-123023-6
Year 2009
Convention or series no.
Author(s) Kawakami T., Khai T.T., Kogi K.
Title Developing the WIND training programme in Asia
Bibliographic information ILO Subregional Office for East Asia, United Nations Building, Rajdamnern Nok Avenue, P.O. Box 2-349, Bangkok 10200, Thailand, 2009. 117p. Illus. 32 ref.
Internet access http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/public/---asia/---ro-bangkok/---sro-bangkok/documents/publication/wcms_120488.pdf [in English]
Abstract This report documents and analyses the course of the development of the WIND training programme in Vietnam and also the efforts of other countries in Asia. It pays particular attention to the usefulness of participatory training methodologies and how much the WIND programme has respected and supported the self-help initiative of local farmers. It will give an insight into participatory approaches for those who plan to apply the WIND programme and also for those who are interested in achieving local developments in a participatory manner. Contents: what is the WIND training programme; learning from the real working lives of local farmers and sugarcane processing workers in the Mekong Delta in Vietnam; birth of the WIND programme; developing the WIND farmer volunteer system; national policy support for the WIND training programme; WIND training programme in Cambodia, Mongolia and Thailand; factors in the success of the WIND training in Vietnam; recommendations for future developments of the WIND programme.
Descriptors (primary) Asia; ILO; conditions of work; workers' participation; safety and health training; agriculture
Descriptors (secondary) Cambodia; Mongolia; Thailand; Viet Nam; safety programmes; developing countries
Document type E - Books, reports, proceedings
Subject(s) Agriculture, fishing, animal husbandry
Broad subject area(s) Industries and occupations
Browse category(ies) Agriculture
OSH training
OSH in developing countries
Safety culture and safety consciousness
Safety programmes
Workers' participation