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Conducting surveys on disability : a comprehensive toolkit

TRANI, Jean-Francois

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This comprehensive toolkit gives the basis for the design and implementation of household surveys. It is designed for those interested in understanding disability within a specific social, political, cultural and religious context. The six sections of this document outline how to design, conduct and analyse a survey which focuses on similar issues. Topics in these sections include: understanding the socio-economic context in order to determine the survey objectives, training the interviewers team and conducting field operations to collect the data. This work would be useful for anyone with an interest in data collection, surveys and disability and development

Regional report of Asia 2005

July 2005

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This extensive regional report is the thrid publication of the International Disability Rights Monitor (IDRM) project. The objective is to encourage the full participation and inclusion of persons with disabilities.The IDRM project documents the problems, progress and barriers experienced by people with disabilities in a coordinated, systematic and sustained way. This resource would be useful for anyone with an interest in disability, human rights and Asian societies


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