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In order to leave no one behind, decision makers and service providers need to examine common beliefs in measuring access to services.

TitleIdentifying barriers to inclusion in WASH : barriers faced by persons living with disabilities in accessing water, sanitation and hygiene services in Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipal Assembly, Ghana
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsAmokwandoh, M, T. Kunyegbe, A, Ayi-Bonte, V
Pagination10 p. : 8 charts, 1 fig.
Date Published11/2020
PublisherIRC Ghana / Watershed
Place PublishedAccra, Ghana
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordssocial inclusion

This brief looks at how improved knowledge and skills in social inclusion are improving the capacity to identify excluded persons and advocate for WASH interventions to be accessible to all persons, especially for people living with a disability. It is based on a survey of 22 communities within Tarkwa Nsuaem Municipality, Ghana. The survey examined the characteristics of a random sample of 40 people living with a disability, and their environmental, institutional and attitudinal barriers to inclusion. The study concludes that in order to leave no one behind, decision makers and service providers need to examine common beliefs in measuring access to services. 


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