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Replicating Success: A Manual to Alleviate Poverty through Peer Training - DRAFT

— theme: Disability
— country: Cambodia
— type: Studies

The Alleviating Poverty through Peer Training (APPT) project was one of the ILO’s technical cooperation programmes addressing the prejudices and barriers faced by people with disabilities when accessing training and employment opportunities. Implemented in Cambodia from October 2002 to September 2007, it aimed to increase the income levels of its clients residing in rural areas with limited training and employment prospects. To achieve this, the project used a methodology called 'Success Case Replication'. This manual describes the core elements of this methodology that was at the heart of the APPT project’s success.

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ILO
Publishing Year
2008
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