• Medicine
  • Published 2008

BEST PRACTICES IN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC REHABILITATION OF PERSONS AFFECTED BY LEPROSY AND OTHER MARGINALISED PEOPLE IN THEIR COMMUNITIES: FINDINGS FROM NINE EVALUATIONS IN BANGLADESH, INDIA AND AFRICA

@inproceedings{Velema2008BESTPI,
  title={BEST PRACTICES IN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC REHABILITATION OF PERSONS AFFECTED BY LEPROSY AND OTHER MARGINALISED PEOPLE IN THEIR COMMUNITIES: FINDINGS FROM NINE EVALUATIONS IN BANGLADESH, INDIA AND AFRICA},
  author={Johan P. Velema},
  year={2008}
}
This paper presents an overview of findings from the formal evaluation of 9 socio-economic rehabilitation programmes (SER), in 4 countries in Africa, in Bangladesh and in India from 2002-2005. Bringing together the recommendations resulted in a description of best practices in the implementation of socio-economic rehabilitation programmes, derived from actual experiences in different contexts. All the 9 programmes focused on supporting individual leprosy-affected beneficiaries or their families… CONTINUE READING

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