SESP

AcronymDefinition
SESPSchool of Education and Social Policy (Northwestern University; Illinois)
SESPSociety of Experimental Social Psychology
SESPSolution Enhancement Support Program (Honeywell)
SESPSecondary Education Support Programme
SESPSouth East Strategic Procurement (UK)
SESPSeverely Errored Seconds - Path (Telabs)
SESPSpace Experiments Support Program
SESPSecretaria da Educação de São Paulo (Portugese)
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O SESP foi o porta-voz do modelo norte-americano de educacao sanitaria e a FR desempenhou papel central nessa empreitada.
O SESP e a educacao sanitaria em 16mm: pistas para uma memoria a ser construida
O autor informa que, como parte integrante do acordo com os Estados Unidos, o SESP foi criado, em 1942, com o objetivo de instalar a infraestrutura medico-sanitaria no pais, especialmente na Amazonia e no Vale do Rio do Doce--regioes estrategicas de producao de borracha e exploracao mineral, respectivamente, e de localizacao das bases militares norte-americanas.
Cueto (2006, 168), ao recuperar o discurso do diretor medico da United Fruit Company proferido no Fourth International Congress on Tropical Medicine and Malaria, no final dos anos 40, da pistas para entender o papel do SESP: "Philanthropy is not only a virtue; it is a basic law of survival ...
Com o SESP foram sendo introduzidas, no interior do pais, inovacoes metodologicas e novas tecnicas de educacao sanitaria--a educacao de grupos, o uso de recursos audiovisuais e o desenvolvimento comunitario (Melo, 1984).
Uma vasta literatura cientifica nacional registra, em suas varias dimensoes, a evolucao da educacao sanitaria no Brasil no periodo (Bastos, 1995; Oshiro, 1988; Canesqui, 1984; Melo, 1984), lembrando, de forma recorrente, o uso de recursos audiovisuais no ambito das "novas tecnicas de educacao sanitaria" implementadas pelo SESP (especialmente filmes 16mm e os chamados slide sounds ou diafilmes).
bases of northeastern Brazil was a major task of the IIAA's health and sanitation program, enforced by the Brazilian SESP. The strategic importance of this control, however, led to a joint effort between American and Brazilian organizations, including the U.S.
bases in northeastern Brazil, the SESP's health policies developed in the Amazon region (the Amazon Program) were dictated by the military goal: to improve health conditions in the rubber-producing areas.
Because it would take years to cultivate rubber plantations, the wild rubber trees in the Brazilian Amazon valley became a solution to the rubber problem.(44) By the master agreement of 1942, a fund of $5 million was established to increase the annual volume of Brazilian rubber exported to the United States, "not less than 25,000 tons." This agreement also provided that the CIAA would carry out "a program of improvement of sanitary conditions" in the Amazon valley.(45) This was the origin of the SESP's Amazon Program.
The SESP's Amazon Program followed a plan, initiated with the free distribution of Atebrine, a drug invented in the 1930s to combat malaria.
The limited success of the SESP's policies of malaria control were followed by a corresponding limited success in the production of rubber.
The demands of minerals for the war effort soon led to the expansion of the SESP. One of the agreements signed on March 3, 1942, provided that the Brazilian government would increase the output of the Itabira iron ore mines in the state of Minas Gerais and would deliver the ore over the Vitoria-Minas Railway to the port of Vitoria in the state of Espirito Santo.