A barrier analysis is a participatory methodology used for investigating why people do not have access to WASH services, through exposing the barriers they face, and developing solutions to overcome these barriers. There are three key types of barriers to accessing WASH experienced by men and women with disabilities. These are physical, attitudinal and institutional. This methodology is based on the rights based model of inclusion, which is about addressing the barriers to access, not individual impairments.

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