The Sixth CBR Africa Conference: Zambia 2018
Conference Theme: CBR For Resilience Building and sustainable Development : Leave No One Behind
Date : 7th May – 11th May 2018
Venue : Intercontinental Hotel Lusaka, Zambia
List of Participants: CLICK HERE to download list of participants
Conference Resolution: CLICK HERE to download The 6th CBR Africa Conference Resolution
The 6th CBR Africa Conference was one of the well attended conferences with over 500 delegates across African Continent and beyond. During the conference several interesting papers were presented forming part of a very informative dialogue on matters relating to CBR work in Africa and how the CBR work can effectively transform the lives of vulnerable communities .
Here is the list of some the presentations.
- The Blue Box: A tool for Early Childhood development by Uta Prehl, Technical Advisor Rehabilitation West Africa Region , Humanite and Inclusion.
- Challenges employees with disabilities in selected government departments in Zambia face and their implications to sustainable development by Wilmur Simatimbe, Emmy, H. Mbozi, Anolt, L.H Moongaand, Lynette Hambulo
- Disabled people’s Organisations and Community Based Inclusive Development by Humanite and Inclusion
- Link between Community-Based Rehabilitation and Healthy Communities in Malawi by Dr Margaret Wazakili
- The role of DPOs in the domestication of SDGs: Case of Malaw by Simon Munde
- Processus d’inclusion des personnes handicapees au burkina faso: experience d’implementation de la rbc et formation des acteurs -léonard savadogo
- RESEAUTAGE RBC DE L’EGLISE CATHOLIQUE DU BURKINA FASO– Cyriaque René NARE
- Developing SElf-hElp groups for caregivers of children with disabilities in rural Kenya (SEEK) by Joseph Gona, Sally Hartley, Charles Newton & Karen Bunning
- CBR for Full participation of people affected by Leprosy in community activities by Raphael Mulamba
- The Local Traditional Model of Disability: Is the Social Model of Disability for Inclusive Development Adequate in the African Context? By Institute for Research and Development on Inclusion and Society
- Use of The ICF in measuring performance of basic activities of daily living in People living with HIV/AIDS in two selected home-based care programmes in Lusaka, Zambia by Chongo B., Mwango M., Mweshi MM., Banda-Chalwe M. (2016)
- Est-ce qu’un projet de recherche importé peut favoriser le développement local inclusif? Étude de cas d’un partenariat international Nord-Sud – Shaun Cleaver, PT, PhD
- We shall not leave anyone behind: Zambia’s perceptions of Persons with Disability and their voting prefernces by Dr Jack Chola Bwalya and Harrison Mwale.
- The Role of Multiple Stakeholder Engagement in Sustaining Inclusive Education: Experience from the Northwest Region of Cameroon by Awa Jacques Chirac, Tsangue Glory, Bridget L F, Kenchi Joseph.
- The University of Gondar, Queen’s University CBR Training and Inclusion Initiatives in Ethiopia by Mekonnen, S., Fasika, S., Kinfe, F., Aldersey, H.M., Nega, A., & Joseph, A.J.
- Challenges Faced by Learners with Physical Disabilities in Accessing Inclusive Education in Zambia: A Case Study of Gracious Libubi of Monze District-Southern Province by Mubukwanu Felistus Mooka; and Ngambela Willie.
- Using communities of practice to strengthen rehabilitation and disability inclusive development practices: Learning from the GRID network in Cameroon by Lynn Cockburn, Jacques Chirac Awa, Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services, Mbibeh Louis, Kenchi Joseph, University of Toronto, Canada
The Role of CBID Empowerment Component in DIDRR by Simon Munde, MPHL in Disability Studies.
- Promoting training and employment opportunities for people with Intellectual Disabilities in Zambia, A Sani Foundation Initiative.
- Voices of Persons with Disabilities in Disaster Risk Reduction in Southern Africa by Action Amos