Source

Source [logo]Source is an online resource center designed to strengthen the management, use and impact of information on disability and inclusion in development and humanitarian contexts. It is primarily intended for use by practitioners and academics.
www.asksource.info

Source provides free access to a unique online collection of information resources. These include books, journals, manuals, toolkits, reports, posters, audiovisual materials, websites and organizations. Many materials are from developing countries and include both published and unpublished literature not readily available elsewhere.

Source helps you locate the resources you need by compiling key lists that highlight essential information resources on topics in disability and health. Resources have been selected and reviewed by experts in the field. Many of the lists reflect the activities of Source partners in topic areas.

Please share this information with your partners and networks, and contact Source if copies are needed to distribute at conferences, meetings and events.

The collection is managed by Handicap International.


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  • commented 2014-11-05 04:51:35 -0500
    thanks for helping me to know the wonderful help and support offered by the source team. In fact it acts a s a strong pillar for the people who are disabled. Source strengthen the management, on a humanitarian ground.
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  • commented 2014-09-26 01:22:19 -0400
    Humans are replacing by the machines. From cooking food to cleaning the carpet. Every where we have seen glimpse of technology and innovations. There are few things which can’t be perfect until a hum hand works on it. Most of the disable person have Extra GOD gifted skill; few are amazing in painting few can craft the decorations pieces.
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