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              • A free online ICT accessibility course, accessible by the blind and deaf

                The ICT Accessibility Open Online Course (MOOC) is a six-week, 100-hour course taught by accessibility experts. The self-paced format encourages interaction between students and instructors. The project was initiated in 2016 and by 2017 7,636 enrollments from 169 countries had been received.
                AMAC - Accessibility Solutions & Research Center, ICT Accessibility MOOC Education for All, United States of America

              • Hand holds a mobile phone, while scrolling through a Braille online learning  tool.

                Free online training for sighted people to learn Unified English Braille Code

                UEB Online allows anyone who is interested in using Braille for information and communication to learn Unified English Braille Code – online, free of charge and at individual pace. The learning platform is accessible for a wide range of needs and requires only an Internet connection and a computer.
                Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, UEB Online, Australia

              • In Haifan, Taiz, a deaf trainer teaches some 30 women with hearing impairments how to sign. © Al Saeeda Association

                Employment and inclusion of rural girls with hearing impairments

                Women with hearing disabilities from rural areas receive training and education to ensure their participation in the job market. Informing families and communities about the needs and issues of these women leads to greater understanding and inclusion, which in turn helps to empower them economically and socially.
                Al Saeeda Society for the Care and Rehabilitation of Deaf Girls in Yemen, Yemen

              • Focusing on employer needs and creating hundreds of jobs for young people with intellectual disabilities

                The SETI Centre was founded by Caritas Egypt to provide vocational preparation and training to youth with intellectual disabilities. From its beginnings until 2016, the SETI Centre has placed over 500 youth with disabilities in various types of jobs as well as supported 300 of them to start their own businesses.
                SETI Centre for Training and Studies on Disability, Egypt

              • Two African students standing in a field. Buildings and houses  are behind them in a significant distance.

                Using a mix of radio and digital content to train young learners in rural areas

                Outlook Humanitarian Care Initiative (OHCI) from Nigeria has developed ‘Interactive Audio Instruction’, a mixture of radio and digital platform for distance learning. The educational offering is aimed particularly at women, young people, and children both with and without disabilities.
                OUTLOOK HUMANITERIAN CARE INITIATIVE, Interactive Audio Instruction – radio-based learning, Nigeria

              • In the photo, we see a heartwarming interaction between two individuals outside a wooden structure. On the left, a man with a beard, wearing a white coat suggesting he may be a healthcare professional, is holding the hands of the person on the right, who is seated in a specialized green mobility aid, which appears to be a wheelchair. The seated individual, who seems to have a disability, is smiling joyfully during the interaction. The setting appears informal and outdoors, with personal items and a fan visible in the background, indicating a casual, possibly home or community environment. The image conveys themes of care, assistance, and the positive impact of human connection.

                Low-cost and resourceful provision of therapeutical as well as pedagogical services to children in remote areas

                Caminos de Tiza by Escuelita Ambulante, Argentina: Provides support in remote areas, focusing on early disorder detection and assistive devices. Reached 14 communities and 365 children in 2023, training 10,000 teachers from 2014 to 2023.
                Caminos de Tiza, Argentina

              • Youth transition programme

                The Youth Transition Program (YTP) is a collaborative school-to-work transition programme that serves young adults with disabilities statewide in Oregon, USA. The purpose of YTP is to prepare young adults for employment or career-related post-secondary education. YTP is jointly funded by local schools and Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation.
                University of Oregon, Youth transition programme, United States of America

              • Children playing soccer.

                Promoting Inclusive Sports in Schools

                Working in close cooperation with the Special Olympics Austria, Inklusion Sport empowers youth and educators to promote social inclusion. Begun in 2004, they offer unified sport events, education and training in the Austrian state of Styria. Each year five physical education (PE) teachers receive training to become official advisers on inclusive sport.
                Basic Initiative for Sports and Inclusion, Austria

              • Sustained advocacy for promoting equality

                NCPEDP applies a multi-pronged approach and works simultaneously on five core issues, namely Awareness, Access, Education, Employment and Legislation. In each of these areas NCPEDP has been able to make a considerable impact with its sustained and focused effort, which in turn, has led to increased awareness and opportunities.
                Indian National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People, Sustained advocacy for promoting equality, India

              • Dr. Boda engaging with stakeholders at a meeting on accessibility and the election process.

                An Accessibility Implementation Plan for Provincial Elections

                The plan addresses four problematic areas that had been identified through focus groups and consultations: voting options, polling place accessibility, products and services at polling stations, voter information and public education. Solutions carried out include improved polling place accessibility or homebound voting.
                Elections Saskatchewan, Canada