Including persons with disabilities in social cash transfer programmes in developing countries
This paper discusses inclusion of persons with disabilities in social cash transfer programmes in developing countries. Drawing on material from literature reviews and interviews, it considers potential challenges in the design of these programmes, particularly barriers to access and the complexities of assessment, and the impact of transfers for persons with disabilities. The paper identifies some key principles for including persons with disabilities in social transfer schemes, specifically: strong legal foundations; participation of persons with disabilities in programme design, implementation and evaluation; and embedding transfers within a wider framework of action to tackle discrimination and empower persons with disabilities. Copyright © 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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|Authors:||Gooding, Kate ; Marriot, Anna|
Journal of International Development. - John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., ISSN 0954-1748. - Vol. 21.2009, 5, p. 685-698
John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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