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Addressing Poverty through Disability Inclusive Development: 8 Partner Case Studies

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Fadima (left), a 6 year old girl plays with her mother Amina during a self-help group for mothers with children who have Cerebral Palsy in Doulaga, Niger.
‘Addressing Poverty through Disability Inclusive Development: 8 Partner Case Studies’ is a booklet that highlights experiences from eight CBM Australia partners receiving support from the Australian Government’s Australian aid program. The case studies provide an honest reflection on the inclusion of people with disabilities and their families in development initiatives with the aim of bringing sustained poverty alleviation. Successes, challenges and lessons from each of these eight partner organisations are shared. It is hoped these case studies will inspire new ideas and encourage reflection on practice.

For more information please contact: programmes@cbm.org.au

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