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              • Young students who appears to have psychosocial disabilities stare an image of a park with ferris wheel beamed on the wall. A teacher is standing at the side of the room observing the students.

                Children with disabilities learning with interactive wall and floor projections

                Digital Dream is a Singapore-based social enterprise that began offering creative digital solutions for the education of children with disabilities in 2018. The iCUBE uses projections on walls and floors to create immersive and interactive environments that allow children to learn real-world situations safely.
                Digital Dream, Digital Dream, Singapore

              • Student who mostly appear to have physical disability sitting in a classroom. In front of the room is a woman standing with her laptop and a big screen with the word "Copywriting".

                Jobs in digital marketing and social media for people with physical disabilities

                In 2021, Brand Solution from North Macedonia launched ‘Best Online Assistant’, an IT platform that offers courses in digital marketing and social media and places job seekers with disabilities in this field. By 2022, 40 people had attended courses, 10 companies were partners, and Brand Solution had expanded to Bulgaria.
                Brand Solution LLC, Best Online Assistant, North Macedonia

              • Two men appearing to have different severity of muscular dystrophy seated in their electronic wheelchair inside a hospital room with a hospital bed on the right side of the photo and a light source behind them.

                Pioneering deinstitutionalization by involving broad networks of stakeholders

                The ‘Project for the Future Liberation and Deinstitutionalization of Muscular Dystrophy Wards’ is a Japanese NGO initiative that supports people with muscular dystrophy to live a life in the community. Since its launch in 2019 ten people have left institutions and are now living in the community.
                Project for the Future Liberation and Deinstitutionalization of Muscular Dystrophy Wards, Pioneering a de-institutionalization programme by involving broad networks of stakeholders, Japan

              • A man in an electronic wheel chair with an electonic tablet attached on the armrest is speaking in an auditorium filled with students in uniform.

                Comprehensive support for young people with disabilities after their school education

                Krembo Wings from Israel initiated the ‘Paving the Way to Independent Life’ programme in 2002 to support people with disabilities after their schooling and to help them develop soft skills and life skills. Managed by people both with and without disabilities, the programme benefits around 250 young graduates each year.
                Krembo Wings, Paving the Way to Independent Life programme, Israel

              • A woman playing Four-in-a-row color game with a man and another woman in a room with chairs and tables.

                Facility supporting the social integration of people with psychosocial disabilities

                ‘Espai Obert’ (Open Space) by Support-Girona, Spain, is a community-based service for people with psychosocial disabilities to address their basic needs. The service provides a place for personal hygiene and meals, and does not have strict access rules or require a treatment commitment.
                Support Girona, Open Space (Espai Obert), Spain

              • A man puts on a pin on the shirt of an elderly man in wheelchair while people lining up behind them.

                Government-led database for improved distribution of assistive technologies

                The Djibouti National Agency for Persons with Disabilities launched a management information system in 2019 whereby individuals can register and then access various forms of support through a Mobility Inclusion Card. By 2022, 4,466 people had been registered.
                Agence Nationale des Personnes Handicapées, Management Information System for Persons with Disabilities (SIGPH), Djibouti

              • A toddler who appears to have down syndrome is playing with the electornic tablet while being assisted by her father.

                App to support persons with speech and language difficulties to communicate

                Milla Says from Norway launched a web-based sign language service in 2018 that combines a user-created vocabulary with a standard library of Norwegian signs, and in which custom gestures can be shared within the network. In 2022 there were 200 end users, 1,400 network members, and 56,000 created signs.
                Milla Says, Milla Says, Norway

              • Two screen grab of phones with one showing a document scanned and the other showing a hand holding a food canister with a speech bubble "Mustard with pickles, 14oz".

                A smartphone app using the camera to describe all sorts of objects and text around the user

                Google introduced the app ‘Lookout’ in 2019 whereby users who take a photo with their smartphone receive a text or voice message with a description of objects, printed text, handwriting, and barcode/OR-code recognition. By 2022 the app had been more than 100,000 downloads. Google Inc., Lookout,

              • In the image, two women are seated at a table with a floral tablecloth, engaged in what appears to be a collaborative activity. Both women are wearing hijabs, suggesting they may be of a culture where this is a common practice, possibly indicating Middle Eastern or Islamic heritage. The woman on the left is standing and leaning towards the laptop screen, gesturing as if explaining or discussing something with her seated companion. The other woman, seated in front of the laptop, is looking at the screen, with her hands in a position that suggests she may be using sign language, potentially indicating that she is communicating in a way that accommodates a hearing impairment. The setting is a simple room with a window, a pink curtain, and a wall emblem that suggests the environment is dedicated to support or education, possibly a resource center for individuals with hearing disabilities. The atmosphere is one of focus, learning, and mutual assistance.

                Crisis-resilient education for children with disabilities in Palestine

                Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children (ASDC), Palestine: Implements an EU-funded project for education during crises. From 2018 to 2023, supported over 800 children with disabilities in schools and trained 400 teachers and officials.
                Developing an inclusive education environment for children with and without disabilities in the Gaza Strip, Palestine

              • This image features a group of young children sitting in wooden chairs, most likely in a classroom or daycare setting. They are wearing matching white t-shirts with a colorful design, and their expressions range from curious to joyful. Some children are looking towards the camera, while others are engaged with their surroundings. In the background stands a man, arms crossed, observing the children—possibly a teacher or caretaker. The room has a cheerful ambiance with decorations on the walls, and there's a table with various items, suggesting an environment for play and learning. The scene embodies themes of community, nurturing, and the innocence of childhood.

                Two programmes that enable young children with Down syndrome to attend mainstream schools

                KDSP, Pakistan: Created Early Preschool Experience and Inclusive Education Programs in 2017 for children with Down syndrome. By 2022, the number of children supported in mainstream school had risen to 69.
                Education for Individuals with Down syndrome, Pakistan