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              • Inclusive Education

                rolled out throughout Ghana

                Ghana's inclusive education policy and a comprehensive implementation plan (2015 to 2019) have led to the nationwide introduction of inclusive education. The programme started in 2009, by 2011 a total of 529 schools were participating and 1,322 teachers and specialists from the Ghanaian Education Service were trained.
                Ghana Education Service, Special Education Division, Inclusive Education Policy, Ghana

              • Head Start children with disabilities go for a walk with other children and adult caregivers.

                Promoting school readiness and a head start for all

                The Head Start programme, founded in 1965, is the largest US-federal programme to deliver high-quality early learning opportunities to low- income children under five. Since 1972 the programme at least 10% of its enrolment opportunities have to be reserved for children with disabilities. In 2014, 12.2% of enrolees were children with disabilities.
                US Department of Health and Human Services, HEAD START PROGRAMME OF 1965, United States of America

              • Mother claps her hands while her child is playing with toys attending early intervention therapy.

                Comprehensive Inclusive Education for indigenous communities

                ADISA is an NGO providing community-based Inclusive Education to children with disabilities from the indigenous community of Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala. The integrated programme involves teachers, parents, students and the community. The annual cost fort he programme is approximately USD 60,000.
                ADISA - Association of Parents and Friends of People with Disabilities, Inclusive Education Programme, Guatemala

              • The study group poses for a photo, while some are sitting or standing in a park.

                Teaching reading and writing to adults with intellectual disabilities in institutions

                The Ed-Recovery Academy focuses on people with intellectual disabilities living in psychiatric institutions who do not have literacy skills and teaches them reading, grammar and mathematics. The teaching is done through an easy-to-read methodology and by incorporating life skills into the curriculum.
                Psychoanalytic Association, Ed-Recovery Academy, Kazakhstan

              • A theatre group of 6 people stands under a rainbow colored umbrella.

                Social inclusion of persons with psychosocial disabilities through community centres

                Through the Amitim programme so-called coordinators work at local meeting places to support adults with psychosocial disabilities in joint activities. The aim is to achieve the promotion of personal recovery via leisure and educational activities as well as the promotion of social change in the community.
                Amitim, Amitim Programme, Israel

              • A room of pre primary teachers in colorful hijabs clap their hands and smile, after they have been trained on Inclusive Education.

                Community Based Inclusive Development promoting Inclusive Education in Zanzibar

                The project focuses on the training of teachers in inclusive methods and intervention, as well as on fostering greater community awareness by working with parents and administrators. The project has been implemented in three of Zanzibar’s eleven districts, and in 2018 more than 4,300 children with disabilities were enrolled.
                MECP-Z - The Madrasa Early Childhood Programme Zanzibar, School Enrolment, Tanzania

              • Three women sit, while having a discussion in sign language live on Signs TV in front of UN sustainable goals posters.

                24-hour TV station broadcasting in sign language

                Signs TV broadcasts in sign language along with audio and voice, presenting informative, educational, and entertainment content with a focus on deaf culture and disability rights. In 2019 Signs TV had an estimated audience of 500,000 deaf people, 1.2 million with other disabilities and 1.5 million people who wanted to learn sign language.
                Signs Media Kenya Limited, Signs TV, Kenya

              • Three girls, Lara in the front and her twin sister and another girl in the back, are playing with pink ribbon.

                Universal design-based practices for public early childhood education

                The project promotes the use of accessible and inclusive teaching methods in public pre-school education based on the principles of Universal Design. Educators and families experience its theory and methods in the form of trainings and workshops, teachers also receive practical support in the classroom.
                Mais Diferencas - Inclusive Education and Culture, Projeto Brincar, Brazil

              • People during an initial interview.

                A nationwide strategy to fight mental health issues

                Implementation starts with visits by a mental health service team to community leaders, local health care personnel, as well as to traditional healers to discuss existing practices and to gain their cooperation. This is followed by education and training to introduce modern mental health concepts and their advantages.
                Government of Bhutan, National Mental Health Programme, Bhutan

              • 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