Malawi Key Informant Child Disability Project Study Reports now available online!
The Main Report and Summary Report from our recent study in Malawi, in which community volunteers (Key Informants) were trained to identify children with disabilities who were then screened by medical professionals and referred for appropriate health and rehabilitation interventions are now available for download.
The aim of this study was to use the Key Informant Method to estimate the prevalence of moderate/severe physical, sensory and intellectual impairments and epilepsy among children in two districts (Ntcheu and Thyolo) in Malawi.
The study reports from KIM Malawi, and full resources from the previous KIM Bangladesh and Pakistan are all available for free download here. Alternatively you can download the full or summary report (in PDF or Word) below:
- KIM Malawi Full Report (PDF)
- KIM Malawi Summary Report (PDF)
- KIM Malawi Full Report (WORD)
- KIM Malawi Summary Report (WORD)
For further information on the study, please contact or