Sightsavers Reports

Everybody counts: final evaluation

August 2016

This evaluation report details the process applied to disaggregate data by disability in two pilot projects, in India and Tanzania.

The report outlines how we collected data in both countries, and the results of our data analysis. It also highlights the knowledge, attitudes and experiences of data collectors, programme managers, decision-makers and implementing staff.

The objective of this report is to provide a record of the situation in the two sites at the end of the pilots. This allowed us to compare results to the baseline report, and India Mid-Term Review. The report includes quantitative and qualitative information that will be used to inform the way we disaggregate data in future projects, and to enable us to share findings with others as well as advocating for the need to disaggregate data by disability.

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