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What are the impacts of approaches to increase the accessibility to education for people with a disability across developed and developing countries and what is known about the cost-effectiveness of different approaches?

BAKHSHI, Parul
KETT, Maria
OLIVER, Kathryn
June 2013

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This study presents a mapping of existing evidence that provides information about the impact of initiatives that provide education for children with disabilities, and also identifies any studies that provide an analysis about the cost-effectiveness of existing initiatives. It is useful for policymakers, researchers, practitioners, parents of children with disabilities and the children themselves

Indian accessible disability data (I-ADD)

INDIAN ACCESSIBLE DISABILITY DATA (I-ADD)

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This interactive database aims to create a 'bridge' between service providers and persons with disability in India. Whilst India has signed and ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, reliable information is still needed to enable planning of rehabilitation services in rural and urban areas
Two types of databases are available on this website. One is an initiative of Rehabilitation Council of India in collaboration with CBR Network which provides a database on non government organizations, disabled people’s organizations, special schools, inclusive schools, community based organizations, parents groups, self-help groups and training institutes working in disability sector in India. The second database is an initiative of CBR NETWORK (South Asia) and Karnataka Child Rights Commission which provides data available through disability registers-village disability register and urban disability register. This data provides information on the individuals with disabilities and their needs, and also provides profiles of village panchayaths in India
This information can be used to assess the extent of human resource development required, allocating funds for programmes such as community-based rehabilitation, inclusive education, early intervention, skill development and employment opportunities

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