Disability Inclusion for Health and Development
Dr Alex Robinson
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Development is only sustainable if it is equitable. Inclusive development and health service delivery increases security and broadens opportunities for all. By ensuring disability perspectives in research, policy and practice, the whole of society benefits. Our work delivers practical targeted and mainstreamed solutions for real world impact. We work to ensure equitable participation in development for persons with disabilities and others at risk of exclusion.
From 2017 - 2021, we aim to:
- Improve disability data, measurement, and the monitoring of progress towards national, regional and international commitments to disability inclusion.
- Improve access to health care and development actions for persons with disabilities.
- Better understand and address the relationship between disability and disproportionate risk to build inclusive and resilient societies.
- The Pacific Indicators for Disability-Inclusive Education
- Access to Quality Education
- The Rapid Assessment of Disability (RAD)
- Physical rehabilitation evidence, standards, and their impact on health and society
- The impact of aid investment for orthotics and prosthetics: the case of Nippon Foundation and Exceed
- Disability and social inclusion technical advice for the Kiribati Facility
- Translation of tobacco control policies from Australia to India
- Preventing suicide in India by improving media reporting of suicide
- Inclusive Preparedness For Humanitarian Response - PADIS
- Early Childhood Identification in Fiji
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