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Including orphans and vulnerable children with disabilities in early childhood development programs : technical brief

LEVY, Marcy
MESSNER, Lyn
WERTLIEB, Donald
January 2014

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“This technical brief presents information and guidance on implementing early childhood development (ECD) programmes for young orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) with disabilities and their families. It provides a basic overview of the fundamental elements a program manager should consider to integrate disability positively into ECD programmes and address specific disabilities individually, as needed. This technical brief describes “twin-track” and “triple-track” approaches that promote participation, attention to specific needs, and equal access for OVC with disabilities and their families. It also lists six critical elements for HIV programmes seeking to address the needs of children with disabilities”

Disability in the post-2015 framework

WAPLING, Lorraine
November 2012

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"This paper argues that the absence of specific reference to disability in the MDGs has realized in the increased marginalization of persons with disabilities and is contributing towards growing inequalities that are slowing progress at sub-national levels (UNDESA, 2012). Only by making specific reference to disability and including disability as a cross-cutting target with measurable indicators can the post-2015 framework redress the effects of discrimination and exclusion"
Note: Accepted under the "Addressing Inequalities" Global Thematic Consultation - Call for Proposals for Background Papers, Oct 2012

Education and livelihood opportunities (ELO) : a whole community approach for education

DISABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS (DDP)
2011

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This report provides a synopsis of the processes and achievements of an inclusive education and livelihoods opportunity programme in rural Chamrajnagar, Karnataka state, India. The programme’s objective was to improve the quality of village government primary education provision for all children while promoting equality of opportunity in it for disabled and otherwise marginalised children. The resource highlights changes that were needed so disabled and other marginalised children could enjoy educational opportunities and outlines how these changes can be achieved

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