Lessons learned in my experience of working as a research assistant (RA) in the community

This post was written by Patra Likonge Kapolesa. She is profiled here. Lessons learned in my experience of working as a research assistant (RA) in the community I have worked as an RA in two research projects with persons with disabilities living in villages in Western Province, Zambia. I would like to share with you … Continue reading Lessons learned in my experience of working as a research assistant (RA) in the community

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Meet Patra!

A master administrator and organizer Patra is the second member of our team to be profiled on this blog (see here for the profile of Akufuna). These profiles provide at least a brief glimpse behind the scenes to show readers at least a little bit about the people who guide my understanding of Western Province, maintain … Continue reading Meet Patra!

A Provisional Report: Perspectives on Disability Policymaking in Zambia

This blog post contains research results. The results are not final; these still need to be further developed. Nonetheless, they give an idea about what some of our research participants have been telling us. If you would prefer to see a pdf version of this report, click here. The rest of this blog post is … Continue reading A Provisional Report: Perspectives on Disability Policymaking in Zambia

A Series!

After a long time, I finally have some “bloggable” things to say. I started this blog as an experiment. In running the experiment, I was trying to answer a series of questions: Do I have things to say that lend themselves to a blog format? Is anyone going to read this thing? In what ways … Continue reading A Series!