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The ScoPeO tool : measuring the impact of our interventions : quality of life, safety and social and family protection


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This advocacy briefing paper presents information about Handicap International’s ScoPeO tool which is a data collection tool to help measure outcomes of development initiatives on the quality of life (QOL) of beneficiaries who have accessed our projects and those of our partners. This brief highlights the need to measure quality of life and provides an overview of how ScoPeO works along with a case study from Rwanda. It outlines how humanitarian and development actors can measure impact and suggests ways to measure progress

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Adolescents and youth with disability : issues and challenges

GROCE, Nora Ellen

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This paper provides an overview of the prominent challenges currently faced by disabled young people. Adolescents and young adults are grouped together and discussed jointly because they share common characteristics: they are often bypassed both by the programmes and policies designed for disabled children and left out of advocacy initiatives and employment schemes targeted for adults with disability. Nor are their unique social, psychological, education and economic needs addressed by programmes designed to reach their non-disabled age-mates


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