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A Comparative Analysis of Disability Measures in Cameroonian Surveys

Collection : Documents de travail

249, 2019, 31 pages

Although identifying vulnerable groups is an important step in shaping appropriate and efficient policies for targeting populations of disabled people, it remains a challenge. This study aims to evaluate for the first time the comparability of the different disability measurements used in Cameroon. This is done by comparing them with the international standards proposed by the Washington Group (WG). It also evaluates the consistency of the association between the disability as measured by these surveys and the sociodemographic characteristics.

Arlette Simo Fotso
Géraldine Duthé
Clifford Odimegwu

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