In the framework of the project 'Disability, poverty and poverty dynamics: a preliminary analysis of panel data, policies and politics in Bangladesh , CPAN has been exploring the main pathways between disabilities and poverty, such as labour market participation and access to social protection, marriage, education and education expenditure, and health expenditure.
This report is a synthesis of the research developed in the framework of the project and aims to summarises its main finding and policy implications.
Author: Andrew Shepherd
The project is led by the International Disability Alliance (IDA), in collaboration with CPAN, the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS) and ADD. This project is funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)