This study set out to expand the application of the Key Informant Method (KIM) and test whether voluntary community-level Key Informants (KIs) could be trained to identify children with moderate and severe physical impairments, sensory impairments (visual and hearing) and/or epilepsy; and if so whether the process could be used to assess prevalence and plan appropriate referral services for children meeting these criteria.
- The key informant child disability project in Bangladesh and Pakistan
- Reasons for non-uptake of referral: Children with disabilities identified through the Key Informant Method in Bangladesh
- Assessing the prevalence of sensory and motor impairments in childhood in Bangladesh using key informants
- Validation of the Key Informant Method to Identify Children with Disabilities: Methods and Results from a Pilot Study in Bangladesh