Resources & Research
Building the evidence base is essential if we are to achieve sustainable change for people with disabilities.
Search or browse our reports, briefings and resources which bring together the expertise and experiences of CBM and partners on topics including:
- disability-inclusive development
- disability-inclusive humanitarian response and disaster risk reduction
- inclusive education
- inclusive eye health.
Quality Education for All Inclusive Education and Children with Disabilities: Quality Education for All in Low and Middle Income CountriesDownload resource
A systematic literature review of education systems in low-and middle income countries.
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The Key Informant Method (KIM) is is an approach to identifying children with disabilities in the community through trained community volunteers, known as Key Informants (KIs). KIM is an evolving method that has been used by ICED in a number of projects, supported by CBM.