Arne Henning Eide
Arne Henning Eide
Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Gaps in access and school attainments among people with and without disabilities: a case from Nepal
PTSD as a consequence of past conflict experience, recent exposure to violence and economic marginalization in post-conflict contexts: A study from Nepal, Guatemala and Northern Ireland
Exploring the Relationship Between Food Insecurity, Gender Roles and HIV/AIDS Among Tonga Carers of Disabled Children of Binga in Zimbabwe
Change in Mental Health Stigma After a Brief Intervention Among Internally Displaced Persons in Central Sudan
Stigmatizing attitudes towards people with mental illness is a worldwide phenomenon, This Longitudinal study aimed to determine the level of stigma, among the internal displaced persons in central Sudan and explore possible changes in stigma associated with an intervention. 1549 persons were intervi...
Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health model in changing the discourse of disability to promote inclusive education in Zambia.
Disabled children face many barriers, both societal and structural, which keep them from receiving quality, inclusive education. Through analysis of survey and qualitative data of the Zambia Disability Study, conducted in 2015, we explore the possibility of using the International Classification of ...
Living conditions among persons with disabilities in Malawi. A National, representative survey 2017.
A large National and representative household survey among households and individuals with and without disabilities was carried out in Malawi in 2016 and 2017. The main purpose of the study was to map the living conditions among persons with disabilities and to compare with the non-disabled populati...
Introduction and rationale
Perceptions and treatment of children with cerebral palsy among the Tonga of Binga in Zimbabwe
Background: While disability is universal, there is a marked variation in caregivers’ experiences of caring for children with disabilities. Therefore the diversity of disability experiences across the world needs to be acknowledged in order to understand care practices relative to disability. Aim: T...