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              • Life Skills trainer demonstrating for a group of volunteers and Ms Sara Minkara how to use the white cane.

                Empowerment of youth with disabilities involving their families and communities

                ETI primarily focuses on young people with visual impairments, offering life-skills training in group and one-to-one settings, parent workshops, and other community activities to promote social inclusion. ETI also works with relief agencies to ensure that young refugees with disabilities can also access its programmes.
                ETI - Empowerment Through Integration, Lebanon

              • Voting independently and privately

                eVoting improves access for the impaired as well as for the illiterate and citizens living abroad. The voting software was customized to support 12 languages, and included zoom and contrasting options on the kiosk screen and an audio interface. It also offers such additional features as headphones and a specially selected keyboard.
                Scytl, Australia

              • A person on a wheelchair accessing a ramp.

                Crowd-sourced reviews on 1,000 sites across Egypt

                The app allows persons disabilities to search for venues such as shops, restaurants, and public offices that provide the accessibility features that they require. Users can request Helm to review a venue and upload it to the app, if approved, or give their own ratings. More than 1,000 people use Entaleq regularly.
                Helm, Enteleq app, Egypt

              • A man with visual impairments using the application.

                Outdoor and indoor orientation for people who are blind

                The app uses audible messages to provide users with information about their location, pointing out street junctions and reporting on places of interest, such as businesses, institutions, etc. If required, it can also guide the user to a specific point. By mid-2017 Lazarillo had already more than 7,000 users in 14 countries.
                Lazarillo Tec SpA, Chile

              • An app for orientation in open and closed spaces

                Installed on a smart phone, Step-Ear enables users to find their way in public surroundings using Audio-signs and pre-placed Beacons. Users can call for help in an emergency and they can communicate with public transport personnel. As of 2018, Step-Hear has placed more than 3,500 Audio signs throughout Israel.
                Step-Hear, Israel

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                A million-user online platform is strengthening Latein American DPOs

                The POETA model is is an accessible vocational toolbox for organisations, so-called DPOs, working with people with disabilities in the areas of life skills, technologies and vocational preparation. The POETA Social Franchise Platform replicates and expands the model for DPOs, in Latin America and the Caribbean.
                Trust for the Americas, United States of America

              • The right to an inclusive apprenticeship

                On the basis of a pilot apprenticeship model introduced by a parent association, the Austrian Vocational Training Act of 1969 was amended. In order to make the vocational training system more accessible to many young people and to enhance their labour market integration, prolonged or partial qualification was introduced.
                Austrian Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection, The right to an inclusive apprenticeship, Austria

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                Customer services and hotlines are being made accessible to deaf persons. Thanks to RelayService, deaf people and persons with hearing or speech impairments can arrange appointments on the phone, request information from service hotlines, etc.

                The relay assistants are known as "the ears and voice" of the deaf community. Users send their requests to the assistant via email, text message or fax, and the relay assistant makes the phone call and replies accordingly. It is also possible to contact the assistants via video chat or visit them at the office.
                OEGS barrierefrei, Access to information & services for deaf people, Austria

              • Quality healthcare and counselling through video technology

                doctHERs is a novel health care platform that connects female doctors to millions of underserved patients, including those with disabilities, in real-time while leveraging online technology. doctHERs overcomes sociocultural barriers that tie women to their homes, and at the same times provides access to quality health care.
                DoctHers, Pakistan

              • Empowering school girls with disabilities

                P2F is a short-term vocational education programme for girls with disabilities aged 14 to 21 years old. Girls participate in an 18-week class in their high schools designed to teach vocational skills. The curriculum covers four broad areas: self-determination, disability knowledge, gender awareness, and career and college readiness.
                University of Oregon, Paths 2 the Future, United States of America