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              • 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

              • The image shows a young child, likely of Southeast Asian descent, deeply engrossed in reading a book. The child is sitting at a wooden table, leaning forward with attention focused on the page. The environment appears to be a modest, open-air setting, possibly a home or community space, with personal items and a bicycle in the background. The scene evokes a sense of dedication to learning and the importance of education, regardless of one's surroundings. The child's engagement with the book is a powerful reminder of the universal value of literacy and knowledge.

                Inclusive education and vocational training in remote rural areas of South-East Asia

                Disability Development Services Programme (DDSP), Cambodia: Implements inclusive education projects in rural Pursat province. Integrated children with disabilities into mainstream schools, increasing inclusive class pupils from 255 to 1,105 by 2023.
                Mith Komar Pikar (‘Friends of Children with Disabilities’), Cambodia

              • This image depicts a heartwarming scene of an older woman and a young child sitting on a soft mat on the floor, engaged in play. The woman, dressed casually in a black top and light blue jeans adorned with embellishments, is smiling gently as she interacts with the child. The toddler, wearing a white long-sleeve top and gray pants, is focused on colorful building blocks. The background suggests they are in a child-friendly environment, possibly a daycare or preschool, with toys and educational materials neatly stored and child artwork displayed. The interaction reflects a caring relationship, likely emphasizing the importance of intergenerational connections, nurturing, and learning.

                Video-based guidance for parents/caregivers for optimal inclusion of children with disabilities

                Israel Elwyn, based in Jerusalem, in collaboration with Bar-Ilan University, implemented the MISC-SR model, enhancing interactions for toddlers with disabilities. Between 2020 and 2023, MISC-SR positively impacted 350+ toddlers and parents.
                Mediational Intervention for Sensitizing Caregivers (MISC-SR) model, Israel

              • 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

              • 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

              • Providing hearing and seeing aids paired with inclusive education in refugee camps

                PCCDS, Hebron: Improves educational outcomes for students with hearing and visual disabilities. Provided hearing aids and glasses, increasing completion rates from 27% to 59%.
                Support programme for young people with visual or hearing disabilities, Palestine

              • People with intellectual disabilities as project coordinators

                CHANGE is a non-profit organization led by people with disabilities employing people with intellectual disabilities in open labour market conditions. The projects include a health and care strategic partner programme in cooperation with the National Health Service and a parenting support programme.
                CHANGE, United Kingdom

              • Anti-stigma campaign

                Hjärnkoll is a national anti-stigma campaign in Sweden run by 200 "ambassadors", who are people with their own experience of psychosocial health problems. The key activities of the campaign are directed towards media and training for special targeted groups, such as employers, healthcare staff and police.
                Swedish Agency for Disability Coordination, Anti-stigma campaign, Sweden

              • 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

              • 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