Participatory Livelihoods Mapping with Persons with Disabilities in Uganda
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This report provides the livelihoods mapping analysis of persons with disabilities at two locations in Uganda. The research explores different assets/capital endowments (human, social, physical, financial, and natural) that individuals with disabilities use to create a livelihood, and examples of positive deviants among persons with disabilities and how they combine different assets in innovative ways to tackle barriers generally associated with the livelihoods of people in their situation. It uses the sustainable livelihoods framework as a tool for analysis, and provides key conclusions and considerations for policymakers, donors and other stakeholders interested in improving livelihoods of persons with disabilities.
CitationGhore, Y. (2016) Participatory Livelihoods Mapping with Persons with Disabilities in Uganda, Brighton: IDS.
SponsorThe Rockefeller Foundation’
- IDS Research