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18 Apr 2017 Download
Utdrag fra Altas-alliansens bidrag i den utviklingspolitiske debatten i 2016
Datainnsamling pågår. Funksjonshemmede i Nepal blir intervjuet om deres levekår. Foto: Sintef Teknologi

Living conditions among People With disabilities in Nepal

22 Dec 2016 Download
This study on living conditions among persons with disability in Nepal was carried out in 2014 - 2015. It follows similar studies in seven countries in the southern Africa Region and is thus part of a large database that can be utilized for international comparison.
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East Africa Cup - Om å bestige sitt Kilimanjaro

08 Dec 2016 Download
I det varme Afrika, ikke så langt unna ekvator, ligger et fjell, som strekker seg 5895 meter over havet. Afrikas høyeste. Mange kommer til Tanzania for klatre til topps. Ikke alle klarer det.Kilimanjaro ble besteget første gang i 1889. Det står i historiebøkene til evig tid. EAC åpnet for funksjonshemmede første gang i 2015 – det var på tide vil nok mange mene.
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Business, Development and inclusion of persons With disabilities

02 Dec 2016 Download
For years business and trade has played an increasingly prominent role in Norwegian development policy. The paper discusses the role of businesses as development actors in relation to the promotion of inclusion of persons with disabilities. Report prepared by Fafo - Inger Lise Skog Hansen, mark B. Taylor and Arne Backer Grønningsæter
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Living conditions among people with disabilities in Botswana

20 Sep 2016 Download
This is a report from a National, representative household survey carried out in Botswana in 2012 – 2014. The study was carried out on behalf of the Norwegian Federation of Organisations of Disabled Persons (FFO), Southern Africa Federation of the Disabled (SASFOD) and Botswana Federation of Disabled People (BOFOD).
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Deafblindness, Basic principles

10 Feb 2016 Download
The idea behind this booklet was conceived in a car on a bumpy road in Malawi, where Ms Lilian Mariga first showed me a copy of a teachers' manual for supporting children with disabilities. The manual was comprehensive and detailed, and well used. An idea started to grow; Ms Mariga's manual should be adapted to provide information on deafblindness. And – it should be accessible for not only teachers, but for parents and for all persons who interact with persons with deafblindness.