This case study highlights refugees with disabilities’ access to mobile services and the benefits and challenges associated with using these services in three different humanitarian contexts. The analysis is based on a representative survey of refugees in three contexts: Bidi Bidi refugee settlement (Uganda), Kiziba refugee camp (Rwanda) and with urban refugees in Jordan. It also includes qualitative data drawn from two focus groups conducted with refugees with disabilities in Bidi Bidi and Kiziba. The survey used the Washington Group Questions (WGQs) to assess prevalence of disability amongst the refugee population
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Disability and social diversity; persons with disabilities; Information & knowledge; communication; Rehabilitation; assistive technologies; dissemination; refugees; Research; survey; Inclusion; participation; Cross-cutting; accessibility; Politics government and economics; economics; Education; literacy; knowledge development; sport leisure and recreation
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