[SMCC] Re: [Khuyet tat TPHCM] Re: Nguoi Khuyet Tat Re: bao cao ve NKTVN cua vien nghien cuu phat trien xa hoi

Cam on Yen nhieu, anh da co ban pdf roi. Ban photo thi lam sao nguoi mu doc 
duoc...

De sang thu hai hoi tham xem ho co cho phep chung ta dua cai ban pdf nay vao 
cac websites cua nkt hay khong. Vi sao ma ban tieng Anh duoc dua len mien phi 
truoc va chua co ban tieng Viet thi chang hieu nua. Truoc mat anh phai format 
lai de co the tien loi cho nguoi hong mat doc no

men
Tran Ba Thien
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  Anh Thien oi, Hoang Yen co ban tieng Viet ne, hard copy. Anh co  the den DRD 
de muon doc hoac photo!

  Hoang Yen



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    From: Tran Ba Thien 
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    Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 11:02 AM
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    toi da tim duoc ban pdf tieng Viet roi nhung khong duoc phep pho bien. Cac 
ban cho minh xin phep pho bien se goi den cac ban tham khao.
    Tran Ba Thien
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      From: Quang Minh 
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      Sent: Friday, April 18, 2008 9:44 AM
      Subject: Nguoi Khuyet Tat Re: bao cao ve NKTVN cua vien nghien cuu phat 
trien xa hoi


      Anh Thiện ơi,

      Đây là địa chỉ và số ĐT liên lạc của Viện nhé:
      Viện Nghiên cứu Phát triển Xã hội (ISDS)

      Phòng 19.1, Tòa Nhà VIMECO, Đường Phạm Hùng, Hà Nội. Việt Nam
      Tel: (84-4) 7820058 Fax: (84-4) 7820059 

      Báo cáo tiếng Việt thì tôi đang tìm, nếu thấy sẽ gửi cho anh ngay.
       
      Quang Minh
       
      On 4/18/08, Tran Ba Thien <tranbathien@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
        Chào các bạn,

        Tôi mới đọc lướt cái nghiên cứu này bằng tiếng Anh. Xin phép gởi đến 
các bạn và mong bạn nào đó giúp dùm tôi liên hệ với Viện nghiên cứu phát triển 
xã hội (institution of social development study) tại Hà Nội và tìm giúp tôi bản 
tiếng Việt của báo cáo này. Rất cám ơn các bạn nào tìm giúp.

        xem
        http://www.choike.org/nuevo_eng/informes/6512.html
         

        People with disabilities in Vietnam 
        Source: 
        Institute for Social Development Studies

        People with disabilities in Vietnam 

        The following introduction is part of a major report prepared by the 
Institute for Social Development Studies of Vietnam with the fund from The Ford 
Foundation.


        Background 

        People with disabilities (PWD) are an important social issue in 
Vietnam. According to government statistics, as of 2003, there were more than 5 
million
        people with disabilities (PWD) in Vietnam, accounting for 6.3 percent 
of the total population. 

        Nearly 8 percent of Vietnamese households had members who were PWD and 
most of these households were poor. Up to 80 percent of PWD are dependent on 
support
        from their family or social assistance provided by the state and/or 
community. 

        Government policies, concretized most specifically in the 1998 
Ordinance on Disabled Persons, often emphasize the importance of care and 
support for PWD.
        Budget shortages and poor management, however, limit both the scope and 
depth of those supports. 

        Efforts to mobilize community resources to help PWD also face many 
difficulties, such as a low degree of awareness regarding the rights and needs 
of PWD,
        or the presence of stigma and discrimination towards PWD's from certain 
segments of the population. 

        In 2006, assisted with a grant from the Ford Foundation, the Institute 
for Social Development Studies carried out a research project that aimed to 
undertake
        a comprehensive analysis of the current situation of PWD in a number of 
high-prevalence provinces in Vietnam. Advocacy for policy enhancement and 
societal
        mobilization to support PWD requires a solid evidence base that can be 
best provided by rigorous social research. At present, however, studies on PWD 
are
        relatively few in number and poor in quality. Most are in fact small 
assessments. In general, these studies focus primarily on 
environmental/medical/rehabilitation
        aspects of disability at the expense of a better understanding of its 
social dimensions, such as the social participation and integration of PWD, 
gender
        aspects, or community attitudes, including stigma and discrimination, 
towards PWD. So far, disability is not yet viewed as a social product, but 
primarily
        as the "problems" of a homogenous group of disadvantaged people caused 
by their 'disabled' status. 

        This research aims to fill such gaps and in doing so, expand our 
understanding of the multiple vulnerabilities PWD currently face, thus 
providing a stronger
        empirical base for policy formulation and the design of effective 
interventions. In a particular focus of this research, we examine the situation 
of a
        sub-group of PWD: those individuals believed to be affected by dioxin 
from Agent Orange (AO) as used in the Vietnam War. Dioxin-related disability has
        been of special concern for the government, scientists, the mass media, 
and many domestic and international organizations. However, compared to other 
groups
        of PWD, the situation of dioxin-affected people is least understood, 
except for a general consensus of agreement on their socioeconomic hardship, in 
addition
        to the severity of their poor health status. 

        The localities selected for the research are Thai Binh, Quang Nam, Da 
Nang, and Dong Nai. Geographically, these provinces stretch from the North 
through
        the Center to the South of Vietnam, providing a countrywide panorama of 
the issues to be covered. These provinces are also localities reporting a very
        high prevalence of PWD. In particular, these provinces report high 
numbers of the population affected by dioxin. These 'Hotspots' of dioxin 
contamination
        have been found in several localities in Da Nang, Quang Nam, and Dong 
Nai. The province of Thai Binh in the North is also reported to have large 
numbers
        of returning soldiers who were exposed and subsequently affected by 
dioxin during the war. Decades may have since passed, but the destructive and 
life-long
        effects of dioxin remain to blight both the environment and the people 
who reside there. 

        Read the complete report in PDF format
         or download the report by chapters: 

        TABLE OF CONTENTS 

        PART 1. INTRODUCTION 

        1. BACKGROUND 
        1.1 Rationale 
        1.2 International definitions and models of disability 
        1.3 An overview of the disability situation in Vietnam 
        1.3.1 Disability definition 
        1.3.2 Situations of disability 
        1.3.3 Disadvantages of people with disability 
        1.3.4 Disability-related stigma and discrimination 
        1.3.5 Traditional beliefs and cultural values towards PWD 
        1.3.6 New perspectives on disability 

        2. RESEARCH OBJECTIVE, APPROACH, AND QUESTIONS 
        2.1 Research objective 
        2.2 Research approach 
        2.3 Research questions 

        3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND SAMPLE DESIGN 
        3.1 General concepts 
        3.2 Household survey 
        3.2.1 Questionnaires 
        3.2.2 Sampling design 
        3.2.3 Fieldwork and Interviewing results 
        3.2.4 In-depth interviews and focus group discussions 

        PART 2. RESEARCH FINDINGS 

        4. PROFILE OF THE STUDIED PROVINCES 
        4.1 Thai Binh 
        4.2 Quang Nam – Da Nang 
        4.3 Dong Nai 

        5. SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HOUSEHOLDS HAVING PEOPLE WITH 
DISABILITY 
        5.1 Demography of Disadvantage 
        5.2 Poor Assets 
        5.3 Poor accessibility 
        5.4 Low Income and Expenditure 
        5.5 Disability as Constraints of Livelihood Improvement 

        6. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY 
        6.1 Demographic characteristics 
        6.1.1 Age 
        6.1.2 Gender 
        6.1.3 Marital status 
        6.2 Educational attainment 
        6.3 Employment 
        6.4 Disability situation 

        7. DIFFICULTIES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY 
        7.1 Difficulties in the performance of daily activities 
        7.2 Difficulties in education 
        7.3 Difficulties in accessing healthcare service 
        7.4 Difficulties in employment 
        7.5 Difficulties in marriage and having children 
        7.6 Difficulties in social participation and access to information 
        7.7 Difficulty in participation in cultural and sporting activities 
        7.8 Multivariate analysis 

        8. DISABILITY-RELATED STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION 
        8.1 General perceptions, attitudes and practices towards PWD 
        8.2 Disability and education 
        8.3 Disability and employment 
        8.4 Disability and marriage and childbearing 
        8.5 Disability and social participation 
        8.6 Perception of the PWD of their rights 
        8.7 Multivariable analysis 

        9. SUPPORTS TOWARD PWD 
        9.1 Legal provisions 
        9.2 Institutional structure of support 
        9.3 Policy implementation 
        9.4 Support for PWD at the surveyed communities 

        PART 3. CONCLUDING REMARKS AND REFERENCE


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