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01. E-course : Diploma in Integrated Development (Dip. Int. Dev.)


Edition 01: 14 December, 2009







Study points : 03 points out of 18

Minimum study time : 81 hours out of 504


The 3 study points are awarded upon acceptance of your project.



Section 1 : Choose your project area and create the section 1 files of du Model.

Section 2 : Apply the section 2 files of the Model to your project area.

Section 3 : Apply the section 3 files of the Model to your project area.

Section 4 : Apply the section 4  files of the Model to your project area.

Section 5 : Apply the section 5 files of the Model to your project area.

Section 6 : Apply the section 6 files of the Model to your project area.

Section 7 : Apply the section 7 files of  the Model to your project area.

Section 8 : Apply the section 8 files of the Model to your  project area..

Section 9 : Adapt the list of  annexed documentation to the requirements of your project.


Section 9 : Adapt the list of  annexed documentation to the requirements of your project.  [3 hours]

Documentation annexed to the project. [03 hours]


Add or remove annexes according to project requirements.



09.10 List of attachments.

09.11 Bibliography on the work of Clodomir Santos de Morais.

09.12 Information on capacitation workshops.

09.13 Gypsum composites : Technology.

09.14 Gypsum composites : Applications.

09.15 An indicative programme for hygiene education.

09.16 A simple introduction to local money systems.

09.17 Information package LETS LINK UK.

09.18 Transparents for the presentation of the Model.

09.19 Power point presentation of the Model.

09.20  (Suppressed).

09.21 Some information on the solar submersible horizontal axis pumps.

09.22 Village Life inertia hand pumps.

09.23 Paper on the role of micro-credit in development.

09.24 Paper on drinking water supply and development.

09.25 Paper on photovoltaic power and bio-mass and development.

09.26 Paper on Photovoltaic  power:  one of the bases of development..

09.27 Paper  : New horizons for renewable energy.

09.28 Environmental laws applicable to this project.

09.29 Peter Wier's index of single issue CD3WD appropriate technology file groups.

09.30 Use of pure plant oils for small scale energy generation.

09.31 Computerised administration of local money systems.

09.32 Articles 119-126 of the Constitution of Venezuela, 1999, on the rights of indigenous peoples.

09.33 CER certificates Kyoto Treaty : programme of activities as a single CDM project activity.

09.34 Grey water management in low- and middle-income countries.

09.35 In search of drivers for dry sanitation .

09.36 The use of urine and faeces as fertilisers.

09.37 The Primary Health Care Package for South Africa : a set of norms and standards.

09.38 World Health Organisation list of essential medicines.

09.39 Fundraising Tips for Community-Based NGOs in Developing Countries.

09.41 Winblad Uno et al, Ecological Sanitation..

09.42 Suppressed.

09.43 New Economic Foundation, Handbook on "Plugging the leaks" in local economies.

09.44 Light Up the World Foundation : Information on LED lights for use in developing countries.

09.45 A green oil for the world. By courtesy of periodical Sun & Wind Energy.

09.46 The Good Enough Guide.  How to respect the people in your project area. By courtesy of Oxfam UK, e-mail:

09.47: Water filtration using Moringa paste with Biosand filters.

09.48: How to collect and conserve seeds.

09.49: Roofwater Harvesting :a handbook for practioners by T.H.Thomas and D.B.Martinson,2007. By courtesy of the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, Delft, Netherlands.

09.50: Draft charter for the rights of African women, Addis Abeba 28th March 2003.

09.51: African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, 1990.

09.52 : Development and sustainability, Capra Fritjof, Center for Ecoliteracy, Berkeley 2005.

09.53 Need and greed: corruption risks, perceptions and prevention in humanitarian assistance HPG Policy Brief 32, ODI Overseas Development Institute, London, September 2008.

09.54  Sanitation for Primary Schools in Africa Reed Bob and Shaw Rod, WEDC Water Engineering and Development Centre, Loughborough University,2008.

09.55  Nine Meals from Anarchy. Courtesy Andrew Simms, New Economics Foundation, Schumacher Lecture 2008, London 2008.

09.56 Towards Food Sovereignty : A Future without Hunger, Pimbert M., IIED, London, 2008 (Courtesy IIED London.)

09.57 Where Women Have no Doctor : A Health Guide For Women. Burns A. et al, Hesperian, Berkeley, 2009.



Evaluation of the project by the tutor at the student’s request. After approval of all sections of the project, the student will be awarded the Diploma in Integrated Development.


 Section D:  The student's project.

Main index  for the Diploma in Integrated  Development  (Dip. Int. Dev.)

 List of key words.

 List of references.

  Course chart.

 Technical aspects.

 Courses available.

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Gesell, Silvio, The Natural Economic Order, revised English edition, Peter Owen, London 1958, page 228.


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