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In reflection : making sense of achievements and failures of a CBR initiative

PANDE, Namita
DALAL, Ajit K
July 2004

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"This paper presents lessons that were learnt while carrying out a CBR project for rehabilitation of physically disabled members of a village community. The outcomes of this project are narrated in a reflective manner without categorising them as either achievements or failures. The purpose of this paper, therefore, is to share our understanding of the performance of a CBR programme"
Asia Pacific Disability Rehabilitation Journal, Vol 20, No 1

Influence of cultural factors on disability and rehabilitation in developing countries [Editorial]

ASIA PACIFIC DISABILITY REHABILITATION JOURNAL
1999

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Western stereotypes of 'community' are used in the planning of many CBR programmes in developing countries. These programmes expose themselves to a higher risk of failure because they tend to conflict with the cultural factors of the host country. This editorial illustrates the significance of cultural influences on disability and rehabilitation in the context of CBR

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