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Cost-effectiveness of a Community-based Rehabilitation Programme in Nepal

Kelsey Vaughan & Aradhana Thapa, Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2015)


This study aimed to estimate the cost-effectiveness of a community-based rehabilitation (CBR) programme known as Inspire2Care (I2C), implemented in Nepal by Karuna Foundation Nepal. In the absence of any gold standard methodology to measure cost-effectiveness, the authors developed a new methodology to estimate the programme’s achievements and cost-effectiveness.
http://dcidj.org/article/download/457/273


Community-based rehabilitation (CBR) for people with disabilities in Nepal: an overview

Padmani Mendi & Romi Gurung, Eds.: Handicap International, (2007)


This study examines over 20 years of CBR implementation in Nepal. It includes an overview of CBR interventions, provides analysis of approaches and activities in terms of impact and sustainability and makes recommendations for future developments in CBR. This resource is useful for people interested in CBR in Nepal
http://www.hiproweb.org/uploads/tx_hidrtdocs/HI_Ne...


Community-based rehabilitation for people with disabilities

V.Lemmi; H. Kuper and K. Blanchett , et al., Eds.: International I nitiativ e for Impact E valuation (3ie), (2016)


Systematic Review Summary 4
http://disabilitycentre.lshtm.ac.uk/files/2014/07/...


Community-based rehabilitation: CBR guidelines - Empowerment component

Kamala Achu, Kathy Al Jubah, Svein Brodtkorb, et al., Eds.: WHO, (2010)


Available in: English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Thai, Korean, Tajik, Vietnamese, Uzbek http://www.who.int/disabilities/cbr/guidelines/en/
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2010/9789241...


CBR Indicators: Pick and Choose what fits your Purpose

Johan Velema & Huib Cornielje, Eds.: Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development Journal (DCIDJ), (2016)


Indicators are a representation of reality. They are just numbers on a piece of paper or on a computer screen, but they stand for something far greater – the success of your project. Indicators are usually defined in the context of project planning and show something about or give an indication of progress towards realising the project goal, without being complete or comprehensive. Of course, there could be other representations of this reality, such as stories (Dart and Davies, 2003) or drawings (Feuerstein, 1986) or photographs (Tijm et al, 2011). However, indicators are a widely accepted way of representing what is being achieved in a programme or project.
http://dcidj.org/article/download/524/284


CBM Policy - Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR)

Christoffel Blinden Mission (CBM), Eds.: Christoffel Blinden Mission (CBM), (2010)


CBR Advisory Working Group | Co-ordinator: Karen Heinicke-Motsch
https://www.cbm.org/article/downloads/54741/CBR_po...


CBR Training Manual

LIGHT FOR THE WORLD, (2011)


LIGHT FOR THE WORLD is a European confederation of national development NGOs committed to saving eyesight, improving the quality of life and advocating for the rights of person with disabilities in the underprivileged regions of our world. The guidelines reflect both the ongoing developments within CBR during recent years and the strategic debates between CBR practitioners from around the world as to the very ideology behind CBR. The goal of the new CBR guidelines is to assist with the development of CBR practice in the many countries around the world where it is practiced.
https://www.light-for-the-world.org/sites/lfdw_org...


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