community interventions Tag

An investigation of the difference between individuals who directly purchase pesticides from shops for suicide attempts and suicide deaths versus those who access pesticides from an individual’s house or nearby environment.

This paper provides an evaluation of the Andhra Pradesh Community-managed Natural Farming (APCNF) programme in south India. The study found that moves to transition farms in an Indian state to organic farming practices have reduced pesticide use among farmers.

This protocol provides an overview of a ‘gatekeeper’ training programme for pesticide vendors to enable them to identify individuals at high risk of self-poisoning. The primary aim of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the training in preventing pesticide self-poisoning in Sri Lanka.