Table 1

Frequency of coding for nodes and categories of nodes (themes)

Node (Theme)

No. of evaluation reports which include theme (N = 37)

Extent of Data

Category of node or theme

No. of evaluation reports which include category (N = 37)


Funding, Finances

28

* * *

MANAGEMENT ISSUES

36

Collaborating Organisation

28

* * *

Management Issues

23

* *

Government – Links Agencies Depts.

23

* *

NGO INGO

19

* *

Documentation

18

*

Organisational Development

18

*

Administrative

14

*

PR and publicity

10

*

Infrastructure

1


Expansion

23

* *

LEADERSHIP AND FUTURE DIRECTION ISSUES

35

Planning

15

*

Policy

15

*

Sustainability

8

Decentralisation

7

Deinstitutionalisation

3


Community Involvement

21

* *

IMPROVING CBR AT INDIVIDUAL/COMMUNITY LEVEL

33

DPOs self help groups

18

*

Participation in project

17

*

Volunteers

16

*

Family Involvement

15

*

Attitudes to people with disability

11

*

Grass-Roots Orientation

11

*

Village Committees

5

Cultural Relevance

3

Sexuality

3


Training

30

* * *

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ISSUES

29

CBR worker LS, Role, Recruit

16

*

Staff Development

13

*

Work Process, Teams

8


Research

11

*

IMPROVING CBR MODEL/APPROACH

29

Empowerment

9

Gender

8

Advocacy

8

Holistic Approach

7

Human Rights

5

Negatives, Description of Problem

3

Ethics Confidentiality

3


Education – integrated

18

*

PROJECT SERVICE PROVISION ISSUES

28

Income-Generation Vocational

18

*

Target Disability Type

14

*

Prevention, Early Detection

8


Evaluation & Monitoring

14

*

PROCESS MANAGEMENT ISSUES

25

Coverage Service Provision

14

*

Efficiency & Effectiveness

8

Needs Assessment

3


Medical Rehab, Clinical, Therapy

14

*

TECHNICAL CBR SKILLS & ISSUES

24

Specific Technology or Skill

12

*

Aids Appliances Modifications

7

Orthopaedics Orthotics Prosthetics

5

Psycho-social Support

5


(Extent of data – Node draws from: * * *more than 75%, * *more than 50%, or *more than 25% of the evaluation reports)

Kuipers et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2008 8:3   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-8-3

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