In light of the importance of disability data collection and the disaggregation of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) outcome indicators by disability status, the Washington Group on Disability Statistics (WG) undertook an exercise to review, among WG member countries, the extent to which data on SDG indicators currently available can be disaggregated by disability status. Requests for disaggregated SDG data for 13 selected indicators were sent to 146 member countries. 48 countries responded and 39 provided data. Response data is tabulated and discussed.
This resource outlines the advances being made in landmine casualty data collection and management and compiles the lessons learned. The aim is to assist countries with developing victim information systems that can be used to plan and implement comprehensive mine action programmes, including mine clearance, mine risk education and victim assistance
This guidebook seeks to serve as a reference book to assist people and organizations trying either to create a mine/Explosive Remnants of War victim information system or enhance an existing system. It consists of data, surveys and interviews from a broad range of resources across countries and regions affected by landmine use. It includes case studies from Azerbaijan and Bosnia and Herzegovina
The report gives a comprehensive overview of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR) services in South East Europe, and specifically in: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Serbia and Montenegro and the UN Administered Province of Kosovo. It also provides general information about the organisation of the health care system and an analysis of the existing educational system for PMR professionals in each country, giving the number of professionals working in PMR
This book presents the experiences of people who are worn down by persistent deprivation, and buffeted by severe shocks they feel ill-equipped to overcome. The stories reveal some of the reasons why poor people remain poor, despite working long hours day after day. They document the frequently demeaning encounters with state, market and civic institutions that distort the well-intended political, economic and social policies. This book focuses on the diversity of poverty in 14 countries and highlights the key findings
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