Promoting good practice on disability internationally. Final Project Report.

Abstract

This report includes: Goal purposes and outputs; Summary of work from the reporting period; Overall Results of findings obtained by the project; Implications of the results or findings for achieving the outputs and purpose of the project; and Priority Activities tasks for follow-up in order to pursue the Goal.

The outputs of the project are a directory of disability and development resources available in printed format and as a CD-ROM and on two databases - DB-Textworks and Unicorn. The electronic directory forms part of a much larger database of both disability and health-related materials. In addition to this tangible output the understanding acquired of what has already been done allows the PMC to make informed choices about work to be commissioned and which projects to accept as part of the competition.

Citation

Richardson, V., Promoting good practice on disability internationally, Final Project Report, 2001, London, UK; Healthlink Worldwide, 6 pp.

Promoting good practice on disability internationally. Final Project Report.

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