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A full chain of support from primary school to employment
LIFE is a programme for inclusive vocational education and employment for people with disabilities, starting as early as primary school and ending with job placement. 2012 it was introduced in Armenia. By 2016 approximately 900 persons were placed in training and 653 persons were employed through the programme.
Save the Children Armenia, Livelihood Improvement through Fostered Employment (LIFE), Armenia
Returning children to their families and an inclusive environment
Based on an inclusive policy and the programme, children with disabilities were allowed to leave residential care and return to their communities while receiving education in a mainstream school. Between 2007 and 2013 the number of children in institutions could be reduced from more than 11,500 to less than 4,000.
Lumos Foundation Moldova, Moldova
A systematic approach to creating inclusive school environments
"One school for All" is the first whole school approach to Inclusive Education in Bulgaria. The two-year programme offers schools a structured and systemic approach in four key areas: school leadership, teaching practices, partnership with parents, and child safety. In Bulgaria, the programme costs around € 5,200 for a school.
Association for Shared Learning ELA, One School for All – a model for creating inclusive school environments, Bulgaria
Supporting smooth and inclusive transitions from preschool to primary school
For teachers SMILE offers capacity-building training on Inclusive Education and mentoring visits to assistance. Also the parents are supported to encourage them to actively participate in their children's education. Furthermore, the programme also promotes cooperation between teachers and parents.
Bridge of Hope, SMILE for Children, Armenia
Creating inclusive pre-school institutions
Working with the Ministry of Education and local departments, this project succeeded in enrolling 367 children with disabilities in pre-school institutions in seven regions of Kosovo. In addition, cooperation between schools, families, municipalities, rehabilitation centres and authorities was established, benefiting more than 7,500 children.
Save the Children International, Kosovo
Subscription-based online education platforms that also work without internet
Kamer Big Bang is an online resource centre for matching users with jobs and learning opportunities. educlick is a mobile phone-based e-learning system whereby users undertake courses via text message. Originally targeted to people displaced through armed conflict, both platforms became popular with people with disabilities.
EduClick, Kamer Big Bang platform and educlick platform, Cameroon
Inclusive Education for Cambodian children who are blind or deaf
The project offers extra classes for children with visual or hearing impairments to enable them to attend mainstream schools. During the extra lessons students are prepared to follow regular classes by making use of special learning materials in Braille and sign language. The project also created the Khmer Braille and Khmer Sign Language.
Krousar Thmey Foundation, Cambodia
The project fosters the inclusion of students with disabilities in mainstream primary education in Macedonia and Serbia. It introduces assistive technology, including e-accessible textbooks and educational applications, into mainstream instruction, and strengthens the capabilities of public schools.
The e-Accessible Education Project introduced assistive technology into mainstream primary schools in the country: schools were equipped with assistive computer peripherals (e.g. big-button keyboards, trackballs, etc.) and over 300 teachers were trained in using assistive technology in their work with students with disabilities.
Ecumenical Humanitarian Organisation, E-accessible education in Macedonia and Serbia, North Macedonia
A low-cost approach to early childhood development
Sightsavers has developed a model of Early Childhood Development and Education (ECDE) based on existing services and cost-effective methods. Sightsavers works together with local community-based childhood centres, produces learning materials and provides specially adapted bicycles to transport the children.
Sightsavers, Early Childhood Development in Malawi, Malawi
Increasing Access to Health and Education Services for Children
The Inclusion Club model uses existing local resources to support children with disabilities in rural villages. Inclusion Clubs bring together village officials, health and education professionals, and children with disabilities and their families to build local capacity and exchange skills, so families can support their children at home.
SEHATI Sukoharjo Community Group, Inclusion Clubs, Indonesia
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