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              • Training the teachers and their trainers in Inclusive Education

                A key part of the programme is the provision of training courses on Inclusive Education at the Armenian State Pedagogic University, where there are two compulsory and two optional courses on Inclusive Education. 200 mainstream schools are supported to become inclusive and some 5,000 teachers from these schools are beiing trained.
                Bridge of Hope, Armenia

              • Developing indicators for Inclusive Education in the Pacific region

                "Pacific INDIE" was developed based on a comprehensive methodology, including surveys with the Ministerial representatives from 14 Pacific countries, and focus group discussions in four selected countries (Fiji, Samoa, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu). The indicators were then refined following review by an international reference group.
                Monash University, Australia

              • In1School Litigation

                Using courts and litigation for the right to Inclusive Education

                In1school addresses the right to Inclusive Education. Project members are collecting cases and data on educational exclusion and team up with lawyers to develop litigation strategies. They also communicate findings by media and support parents who are struggling to enrol or keep their children in regular education.
                In1school, Netherlands

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                Multi-stakeholder approach towards Inclusive Education in Burkina Faso

                A multi-stakeholder approach is creating an inclusive environment whereby children with disabilities and other vulnerable children can attend a school close to their hometown. The project in the community of Garango is a pilot project that will serve as a model for the National Strategy of Inclusive Education in Burkina Faso.
                OCADES Caritas Burkina, Burkina Faso

              • This image shows two young individuals engaged in an activity that involves working with clay. Both are wearing similar teal-colored shirts with an emblem, suggesting they may be part of a school or organization. They appear focused and content as they mold and shape the clay in their hands. The background includes shelves with various items, indicating that this could be a workshop or classroom environment. The scene promotes a sense of collaboration, learning, and equality, as both individuals, regardless of their backgrounds, are sharing the same experience and opportunity for creative expression.

                A school offering free high-quality bilingual education for deaf children

                Instituto de la Sordera (Indesor), Chile: NGO providing free education to deaf students, including vocational, primary, and secondary levels. Since 2020, educated about 100 students annually and pioneered 'reverse inclusion' for hearing children.
                Bilingual Intercultural Education Project (PEIB), Chile

              • The photo depicts a group of African men and women gathered around tables in a community setting, possibly a classroom or meeting space. The individuals are engaged in what appears to be a discussion or workshop, with a focus on inclusivity and community support, as suggested by the poster in the background mentioning improved access to inclusive early childhood care. The attire and adornments of the participants, along with the context provided by the poster, suggest a commitment to cultural identity and social development. The scene embodies themes of collaboration, education, and empowerment within a diverse community.

                Ensure inclusive early childhood care and education in refugee camps and emergencies

                CBM and Waldorf Kakuma Project, Kenya: Runs an inclusive education project in Turkana County for children with disabilities. Provides learning materials and teacher training. From 2021 to 2023, supported close to 2,000 children.
                CBM Turkana Inclusive Education Project, Kenya

              • Creating a role model for Tanzania`s Inclusive Education policy

                The project seeks to model Tanzania’s National Strategy on Inclusive Education by initiating systematic changes in education in three districts. These changes will influence school management, teacher training, and pupil support, as well as raise awareness and ensure that families and the communities are involved.
                ADD International - Action on Disability and Development, Tanzania

              • The photo shows a group of women engaged in an activity that appears to be cultural or spiritual in nature. One woman in the foreground is holding a traditional object, which could be used in indigenous rituals or ceremonies. The participants seem focused and reflective, suggesting a moment of shared experience or learning. The setting includes a mix of casual and somewhat traditional attire, indicating a diverse gathering. The presence of cultural elements and the attentive atmosphere reflect themes of respect, community, and cultural appreciation.

                A training course for teachers on how to use the arts to make their education practices inclusive

                Mais Diferenças' Inclusive Education Laboratory, Brazil: Specializes in inclusive art-based teaching methods for public school educators in São Paulo. From 2019 to 2023, trained 300 educators from 233 schools across five editions.
                Inclusive Education Laboratory, Brazil

              • This image shows a group of children engaged in an educational activity around a wooden table. They are sorting colorful counters, possibly as part of a math or sorting exercise. Two sheets of paper with what appears to be Braille are also visible on the table, suggesting that the activity may be inclusive of children with visual impairments. The children seem focused and cooperative, embodying themes of inclusion, teamwork, and learning. The diversity in their clothing and appearance may reflect a multicultural environment.

                Empowering inclusive education with ICT integration

                ADISA and CBM's Inclusive Education Programme, Guatemala: Promotes inclusive education through Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Between 2022 and 2023, trained 500 teachers and 400 parents, benefiting 800 children in ten schools.
                Promoting inclusive education in Guatemala through the development of a Universal Design for Learning (UDL), Guatemala

              • 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