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The Washington Group Questions In Action: Six Lessons Sightsavers Has Learned So Far…

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The Washington Group Questions In Action: Six Lessons Sightsavers Has Learned So Far… A follow-up to Sightsaver’s previous blog entry in this series, this entry explains the key findings from using…

Does The WG-SS Identify All People With Disabilities, And Does It Matter?

Does The WG-SS Identify All People With Disabilities, And Does It Matter? The WG-SS identifies most people with disabilities. While 6 questions cannot identify everyone, the population identified by…

Everybody Counts: Putting The Washington Group Questions Into Action

Everybody Counts: Putting The Washington Group Questions Into Action Sightsavers recounts their efforts to use the WG-SS in a programmatic setting in several developing countries. They found it made…

How Does The WG-SS Differ From Disability Eligibility Determination?

How Does The WG-SS Differ From Disability Eligibility Determination? The WG-SS goes beyond identifying those who would be eligible for specific disability programs. This blog explores the difference…

Washington Group Questions And The Sustainable Development Goals

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Washington Group Questions And The Sustainable Development Goals The WG-SS questions are designed in a manner – both conceptually and practically – that makes them an excellent tool for…

Translating The Washington Group Short Set Questions

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Translating The Washington Group Short Set Questions Responses to surveys are very sensitive to how questions are worded. This blog summarizes the methodology recommended by the WG for translating…

How Are The Washington Group Questions Consistent With The Social Model Of Disability?

How Are The Washington Group Questions Consistent With The Social Model Of Disability? The social model of disability is a complex model that incorporates the interaction between people’s functional…

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