Diagnostic local participatif sur l’accès des personnes handicapées aux soins de santé dans le district de Bankim, Cameroun

Abstract : Concerned with the access to health care for people living with disability, the foundation FAIRMED wanted to identify the problems faced by disabled people regarding health care in its project in Bankim, Cameroon, and the interventions able to solve them. During the local participatory diagnosis conducted with a qualitative approach in March 2014, 91 people were interviewed during 16 semi-structured interviews and four focus groups in four locations. Data were processed by reading template and content analysis. Two major unmet needs were identified: easy access to interventions that improve the autonomy and obtaining quality mainstream health care. The analysis has identified five main barriers: lack of financial resources, poorly adapted responses of health facilities , lack of facilities and expertise in rehabilitation, poor organization of disabled people and lack of information and awareness . Concrete answers that could be given under the FAIRMED project have been proposed to assist the planning following this study.
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Valérie Simonet. Diagnostic local participatif sur l’accès des personnes handicapées aux soins de santé dans le district de Bankim, Cameroun. Santé publique et épidémiologie. 2014. ⟨hal-02096096⟩

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