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              • Low Cost Technology_PRA_Photo1

                Low-cost technology for young people with vision impairment

                This project offers various free services to the blind, including Inclusive Education, a higher education programme, and vocational and career training. It also develops low-tech teaching devices, such as drawing kits, flash cards, and apps that can be downloaded. In 2014, 262 children and juveniles participated in project activities.
                Nhat Hong Center for The Blind and Visually Impaired, Vietnam

              • Two men undertake a job placement with technical devices.

                Full-range services in Inclusive Education and job readiness

                PRIDE is a modular programme for people with disabilities covering the areas of training (from the age of 4), vocational preparation and job placement. Participants in the PRIDE program can either attend the Manzil Educational Center on a full-time basis or complete individual programs on a part-time basis
                Manzil Center, People Receiving Independence & Dignity through Empowerment (PRIDE), United Arab Emirates

              • Children in school uniforms walk outside, grapping each other by the shoulders to be leaded back to the classroom.

                Converting special schools into Inclusive Education centres

                In 2018 CBM, in partnership with the Jairos Jiri Association, began converting three special schools into Inclusive Education centres. Each centre has a specific focus and serves also as an education platform on inclusion for local governments, companies, and schools while working closely with the community.
                CBM - Christoffel Blind Mission International, Inclusive Educational Centres in Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

              • Many children are sitting on the carpets and writing on their labs in a blue class room.

                Providing Inclusive Education in camps for internally displaced persons (IDP)

                The project provides training for teachers, support for children and their families, and training for relief workers to identify disabilities and make their emergency services more inclusive. Since 2019, Light for the World has been working in partnership with relief agencies and NGOs in three camps in Southern Sudan.
                Light for the World Austria, IDP Programme, South Sudan

              • Teacher sits in a circle with her students, while teaching them with low cost learning materials like colorful buttons.

                Empowering non-formal schools in slum areas

                The Action Foundation (TAF) is a youth-led NGO supporting children with physical disabilities and their families. In 2015, TAF launched the project targeting low-cost, non-formal schools in poor residential neighbourhoods. Since 2015, more than 1,600 children with and without disabilities have benefitted from the project.
                The Action Foundation Kenya, Promoting Early Childhood Care and Education, Kenya

              • Vic, a project participant in a wheel chair graduats, while people in ropes are standing around him and smiling.

                Disability inclusive workforce development for all students in higher education

                In 2012, the University of Cape Town (UCT) launched a study programme on disability for students with and without disabilities at postgraduate, master and doctoral level. The curriculum focuses on promoting inclusive practices in education, health and social context. In 2019 there were more than 100 students in the programme.
                University of Cape Town, inclusion for Social Justice (ISJ), South Africa

              • Inclusive school systems rolled-out in Zimbabwe

                This project aims to support nearly 3,000 children with disabilities to go to school in rural Mashonaland West Province, in Zimbabwe. It also equips schools with accessible facilities, teacher training, and awareness raising for Inclusive Education within the local communities. Results should also influence Inclusive Education policies and practices across Zimbabwe.
                Leonard Cheshire Disability, Zimbabwe

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                An all-stakeholder approach towards Inclusive Education

                Chance B has initiated a joint initiative for a pilot project on an inclusive educational system in the region of Eastern Styria, Austria. In an all-encompassing approach a network of 270 actors was established. For this project a comprehensive scientific study has been conducted involving case studies and expert interviews.
                Chance B Holding GmbH, Austria

              • A colorful dressed woman is teaching sign language in front of a blackboard with drawings at the Teacher's training class.

                Large-scale campaign to identify and enrol children with disabilities in Senegal

                APPEHL follows a multilevel approach to make mainstream schools more inclusive. For children and parents, the programme includes awareness raising measures and training in dealing with impairments. For schools, learning materials are adapted and teachers are trained by teachers from the special education sector.
                Humanity & Inclusion Senegal, Full Participation of Children with Disabilities in Education Programme (APPEHL), Senegal

              • Providing a university experience for persons with intellectual disabilities

                The Inclusive Education Program at the University of Sydney is a pilot providing a university experience for participants in a range of studies of their choice, with students participating in regular lectures and tutorials as well as attending one-on-one tutorials and receiving peer mentoring for added support.
                The Centre for Disability Studies, Australia