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              • Creating mainstream schools in a war-torn country

                The aim is to promote Inclusive Education at the community level with a focus on children with disabilities, girls and children of the Kuchi, a nomadic people.The programme provides services for 81,000 learners, of whom 65% are girls. The programme is also working with the government to develop an inclusive education strategy.
                Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, Afghanistan

              • Three young girls smile into the camera while standing in front of a grey concrete wall interspersed with fine cracks. The girl on the left is sitting in a wheelchair while the girl on the far right has her arm stabilized in a sling.

                Creating accessible water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) facilities for disadvantaged groups

                WASH, an accessible water, sanitation and hygiene programme, has been implemented by World Vision in Iraq since 2016 with two local DPO partners. These identify needs, plan and manage construction and reconstruction work, and carry out information activities for the population.
                World Vision, Accessible WASH for an Accessible Society, Iraq