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Research Unit for Biopsychosocial Health  (2018)    C1

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Jacob R.S. Malungo, D. Nabuzoka, R. Paul, et al. UNICEF; Ministry of Community Development and Social Services Zambia, et al.  (2018)    C2

Qualitative study from Zambia on barriers to and facilitators of life-long learning

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Australian Agency for International Development, Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion, iMMAP  (2018)    C1

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Australian Agency for International Development, Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion, iMMAP  (2018)    C2

Disability. Assessment among Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon

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Wesam B Darawsheh  (2017)    CC

Purpose: This research study aimed to investigate the effectiveness of the services provided by CBR programmes in Jordan. Method: This was a mixed- methods investigation. A survey was carried out with 47 participants (stakeholders and volunteers) from four CBR centres in Jordan. It comprised 18 questions that collected both qualitative and quantitative data with both closed- and open-ended questions. The quantitative data were analysed using SPSS Version 22.0. Qualitative data were analysed through thematic content analysis and open coding to identify emergent themes. Results: 40.4% of the participants evaluated the effectiveness of CBR services as low. This mainly stemmed from the lack of efforts to increase the local community’s knowledge about CBR, disability and the role of CBR programmes towards people with disabilities. Conclusions: A proposal was offered concerning the priorities of CBR programmes in Jordan. Efforts need to be directed at promoting livelihood and empowerment components in order to actualise the principles of CBR, mainly by promoting multispectral collaboration as a way of operation. Implications: This study was inclusive of all types of disability. Barriers to the effectiveness of services may stem from accessibility issues to the families of persons with disabilities (hard to reach) or from CBR services themselves (hard to access). The culturally specific evaluative tool in this study was of “good” specificity and sensitivity, this evaluative instrument can be transferrable to measure the impact of CBR programmes in other settings.

Bunning K, Gona JK, Newton CR, Hartley S PLoS ONE  (2017)    CC

Pretoria University Law Press (PULP)  (2017)    C2

Volume 5 2017

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Yvonne Kuhnke, Sellah Lusweti, Prof. Halimu Shauri & Elisabeth Wacker Technical University of Munich & CBM  (2016)    C1

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Arne H. Eide & Tlamelo Mmatli SINTEF Technology and Society Health Research  (2016)    C1

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Ministry of Health and Child Care & UNICEF  (2015)    C2

Living Conditions Among Persons with Disability Survey Report

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