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              • Transforming special schools into Support Centres

                The project advocated for the establishment of support centres or the transformation of special schools into support centres in 18 districts of three provinces in Vietnam. MCNV provided technical support for the centres to mandate the early detection, early intervention, and support for Inclusive Education for children with disabilities.
                Medical Committee Netherlands-Vietnam, Vietnam

              • The photo shows a group of six children engaging in an art activity. They are seated around a table, each with a piece of paper in front of them, painting or drawing faces with various expressions. The children appear focused and happy, with some looking up and smiling at the camera. One child is making a friendly wave. Their diverse appearances reflect a natural and harmonious blend of backgrounds, emphasizing inclusivity. The environment seems to be a classroom, which is bright and welcoming. The presence of paint pots and brushes suggests a creative learning atmosphere.

                Combining pedagogical and psychological support services in inclusive classrooms

                Bridge of Hope's Support Services, Armenia: Provides support services in 135 mainstream schools and kindergartens. By 2022, 550 children with disabilities were enrolled, influencing Armenia's inclusive education policies.
                Provision of pedagogical and psychological support services to children in Tavush Marz, Armenia

              • Creating a more accessible world for deaf children in Ireland

                Sound Advice supports Inclusive Education for deaf children while empowering parents to develop their child’s full potential. The measures include public relations, training and counselling, but also reading promotion and mentoring. One success was that newborns in Ireland are entitled to digital hearing aids.
                Sound Advice, Ireland

              • Child Psychologist Palak demonstrates the Wear Your Emotions teaching tool.

                A programme that creates neurodevelopmental profiles and customized education

                The service operates on a monthly subscription basis. Users connect with their assigned child psychologist through video and email to create development goals and individualized education plans. Supporting resources are sent to the client's home. More than 400 families used the service in its first year.
                Mom's Belief, India

              • This is a classroom setting with a diverse group of students wearing blue school uniforms, attentively participating in a lesson. A teacher stands at the front, gesturing as part of the instruction, demonstrating an active learning environment. The whiteboard behind the teacher is filled with written educational material, suggesting the subject might involve language learning. The room is well-lit with natural light, creating a positive and engaging atmosphere. The students are engaged in the learning process, with one student pointing towards the board, indicating participation and interaction. The scene reflects an inclusive educational environment where learning and student engagement are prioritized.

                A school educating a majority of deaf students with a minority of hearing students

                Fundación ICAL, Colombia: Runs a specialized school using the Inverse Inclusion model. Majority of students with disabilities learn alongside a minority of hearing students. By 2023, more than 170 students aged 3 to 25 years were enrolled.
                Inverse Inclusion, Colombia

              • A man pushes another man in a wheel chair to a barrier during a accessibility training.

                Teaching architects and students to use Universal Design principles

                The Center for Universal Design focuses on bringing Universal Design and accessibility into architectural education. People with disabilities are involved as core team members in formulating the curricula and creating course content. They are also invited as user experts and for conducting the training programmes.
                BNCA - Dr. Bhanuben Nanavati College for Architecture For Women, Universal Design Center, Opening Minds to Universal Design, India

              • The photo depicts a group of African children in school uniforms, standing around a large cooking pot outdoors. One child, who is wearing a hijab, is stirring the pot with a long wooden spoon, suggesting a communal activity or shared meal. The children appear engaged and curious about the process. The image conveys a sense of community, cooperation, and inclusivity, as children from different backgrounds come together in a shared experience. It also subtly touches on the importance of providing assistance and ensuring that all members of a community, including children, have access to basic needs such as food.

                Transitional learning centres in rural and displaced settings for youth with disabilities

                Maple Leaf Early Years Foundation (MLEY), Nigeria: Provides education to children from low-income backgrounds and displaced camps. Grew from 50 beneficiaries in 2018 to 1,000 in 2023, including youth and mothers.
                Inclusive education in emergencies in transitional learning centres, Nigeria

              • Maria Nazareth (8) hat Trisomie 21 / Downsyndrom. Sie bekommt vom CBM-gefoerderten Projekt ASOPIECAD Fruehfoerderung. (c) CBM/Harms

                Creating communities for early childhood interventions

                This project is aimed at empowering community workers of local institutions to detect disabilities and to then provide the necessary care and early intervention. Similarly, it is aimed at parents and families by providing training in basic techniques and by guiding the education of their children with disabilities.
                ASOPIECAD - Association of Integrated Community Education Programmes Astrid Delleman, Nicaragua

              • How to teach students with and without disabilities equally

                Groups of Students with and without disabilities are taught together using the same curriculum and beeing subject to the same academic criteria. Students with disabilities are supported by facility adaptation, specialized materials and equipment, counselling, as well as training for teachers and staff.
                Technological University of Santa Catarina, Mexico

              • Shalani, a project participant, is playing with red, big lego stones.

                A multifaceted approach towards inclusive pre-primary and primary schools

                KASALI (which means “no one is left behind” in Filipino) uses a range of methods such as establishing model schools, training teachers and educating parents. Moreover, the organization is conducting advocacy and policy discussions with the government. As a result, 739 children with disabilities have enrolled in school since 2014.
                Save the Children Philippines, KASALI – No one left behind, Philippines