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Comprehensive after-school programme supporting children with intellectual disabilities to attend mainstream classes
Instituto Jô Clemente's SEAC Project, Brazil: Enhances regular education access for children with disabilities. Assisted over 320 children and teenagers with disabilities in 2022, providing resources and training for teachers and families.
Specialized Educational Assistance Centre (SEAC), Brazil
A free open-source tool for increasing cross-disability accessibility of computers
Raising the Floor in Washington, D.C., launched Morphic in 2021, an open-source program streamlining access to computer accessibility features. By 2022, it had over a quarter million uses on public-use computers.
Morphic, United States of America
International NGO using digital books with sign language and audio for all children
World Vision Malawi's Timwerenge 365 Digital Books Project: Offers accessible digital books for children's literacy, including 60 with Malawian Sign Language. In 2023, extended to schools for the deaf throughout the country.
Timwerenge 365 (T365) Digital Books Project , Malawi
An app and a movement to combat gender-based violence against women with disabilities
CIDIP's App Morada, Mexico: Prevents gender-based violence with a video call-hotline for women with disabilities. Since 2020, used by 25,000 women, leading to a nationwide Purple App Movement.
App Morada , Mexico
Emergency early childhood intervention supporting over 12,000 Ukrainian refugees
EASPD's Emergency Support for Ukrainian Refugees: Develops new models for transnational cooperation and resources for children affected by war. Created a large database of tools and materials adaptable to other regions.
Joint Emergency Early Childhood Development Support for Ukrainian Refugees, Bulgaria
Freely and globally available software supporting users who are colour blind
Ryobi Systems´s Visolve, Japan: Visolve helps colour-blind users with iOS simulators, MS Office add-ins and Windows toolbars. The freely available software was downloaded 72,000 times worldwide between 2005 and 2023.
A start-up app that reaches more than 1.3 million sign language learners worldwide
Lingvano, Austrian Start-Up: Mobile app for learning sign languages. Offers courses in American, Austrian, and British Sign Language. From 2018 to 2023, reached over 1.3 million users globally.
Lingvano App, Austria
Empowerment youth through storytelling and digital media in sub-Saharan Africa
Tai Tanzania: Offers non-formal education with digital media and storytelling. Addresses issues such as albinism and autism. Utilises YouTube, school classes, radio and TV stations and other NGOs to disseminate information.
Pamoja (Inclusive) Project, Tanzania
Inclusion of topics concerning developmental disabilities into the medical curriculum of future doctors
Johannes Kepler University, Austria: Designed a developmental medicine curriculum to train doctors in disability needs and rights. From 2014 to 2022, all 600 medical students were taught this curriculum.
Developmental medicine as a compulsory curriculum, Austria
Training family groups in remote Amazon villages to use sign language and to replicate it
Paz y Esperanza, Peru: Offers courses in Peruvian Sign Language and Spanish for families with deaf children in the Amazon region. In 2023, 60 participants, including both children and adults.
Peruvian Sign Language for disadvantaged deaf people, Peru