‘With Hope to Help Ourselves and Others’: The Impact of Disabled People’s Organisations on the Lives of Persons with Disability in Uttarakhand, North India

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Michelle Leung
Alexandra Devine
Lawrence Singh
Teem-Wing Yip
Nathan Grills

Keywords

Disabled People’s Organisations, Inclusion, Persons with Disabilities

Abstract

This study conducted in Uttarakhand, North India aims to contribute evidence on the effectiveness of Disabled People’s Organisations in a low and middle-income context. Key domains reported by participants included: increased social connectedness, personal development, livelihood, improved sense of community, and participation within the family.


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