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              • This is a heartwarming photo showing a moment of care and connection between two individuals. A woman, likely of African origin, is gently holding a mug for a young child in her arms. The child, smiling broadly and looking directly at the camera, appears to be very happy and comfortable in the woman's embrace. The setting seems to be a home environment, with wooden furniture and cabinetry in the background. The image conveys themes of nurturing, support, and the joy found in simple acts of kindness. The woman's action exemplifies assistance and the child's joyful expression reflects the positive impact of such care.

                Using an app, training, and advocacy to fight malnutrition among children with disabilities

                SPOON's Count Me In Project, U.S.: Combines training with a health app to combat malnutrition in children with disabilities. Reached over 14,000 children in 2022 and produces data for advocating inclusive policies and investments.
                Count Me In (app), Lesotho

              • This photo depicts a diverse group of individuals in a modern learning environment, engaged in activities on their laptops. They appear focused and dedicated to their tasks. The presence of both men and women in the room reflects inclusivity and gender equality. The setting suggests a commitment to professional development and the empowerment of individuals through education and technology. The environment seems supportive and conducive to learning, highlighting the importance of providing equal opportunities for personal and professional growth.

                Comprehensive ICT skills empowerment programme for disadvantaged women and girls in sub-Saharan Africa

                Save Our Needy Organization (SON), Nigeria: Empowers underprivileged girls and women, focusing on digital, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills. In 2023, expanded to reach over 2,000 females in six Nigerian regions.
                Project Empower, Nigeria

              • This image shows a bright and inviting library space with individuals engaged in various activities. In the foreground, a person in a motorized wheelchair is interacting with a standing person, suggesting an atmosphere of inclusivity and assistance. In the background, two individuals are playing chess at a table, while another person walks by, blurred by motion, adding a dynamic feel to the scene. The library shelves are well-stocked, indicating a place of learning and resourcefulness. The environment promotes equality and tolerance, as people of different abilities and interests share the space harmoniously.

                A high school prioritizing the admission of students with disabilities

                Schulzentrum Ungargasse (SZU), Austria: A technical high school prioritizing students with physical and sensory disabilities. In 2023, had 1,200 students, 30% with disabilities. Partners with Model United Nations, UNESCO, and European Youth Parliament.
                Reverse Integration Policy, Austria

              • Government research institute promoting sign language in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

                Indian Sign Language Enabled Virtual Laboratory by CSIR, India: Enhances STEM learning accessibility for the deaf with comics, games and simulations. Around 250 content videos and 100+ vocabulary videos were added in 2022 alone.
                Indian Sign Language Enabled Virtual Laboratory (ISLEVL), India

              • IBM Support to Enable India

                Bridging the gap to the ICT industry

                IBM has developed a self-assessment questionnaire that EnAble India can use to assist companies to gage their readiness to hire people with disabilities, as well as a guide for following-up with interviews so as to identify gaps and opportunities to increase the employment of people with disabilities.
                IBM Belgium, Belgium

              • Easy-to-read newspaper articles, written by persons with learning difficulties

                Participants with learning difficulties are trained to understand the journalistic approach to conveying information. The goals are to prepare participants for regular jobs, especially as experts for easy-to-read texts, and eventually to provide easy-to-read news on a daily basis for the online-platform of the KURIER, an Austrian daily paper.
                Jugend am Werk Vienna, Austria

              • Itinerant teachers deliver Inclusive Education in Togo

                Handicap International uses the Itinerant Teacher model, by assigning teachers with disability-specific skills to primary schools in different villages, working alongside regular teachers. By 2015 8 teachers had been trained each of them supporting 15 to 20 children. In total there were 900 beneficiaries from the project.
                Humanity & Inclusion France, United Kingdom

              • Students sit outside in the shadow, reading their pads and listening to their teachers.

                Museum accessibility for visitors with intellectual disability

                The project aims to increase knowledge of those working in museums about accessibilities for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Training and support are provided in order to adapt or create accessible installations. Since the initial phase ended, AKIM has continued to train staff in other leisure organizations.
                AKIM Israel - The National Organization for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Families, Making museums and sites of leisure cognitively accessible, Israel

              • A student, with her aid, takes part in the cooking class at Leo Hayes High School in Fredericton.

                Canada ́s New Brunswick forbids segregated education

                Canada’s province of New Brunswick adopted a legally-binding policy on Inclusive Education in 2013, setting out clear and easy to follow requirements for all public schools, installing education support teams, and defining Personalized Learning Plans. It forbids segregated settings and targets all children, not only those with disabilities.
                New Brunswick Department for Education and Early Childhood Development, Policy 322 on Inclusive Education of 2013, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, New Brunswick, Canada, Canada

              • Simulating a supermarket as a learning environment

                "At the Supermarket" is a simulated supermarket managed by disabled young people where they learn accounting, to speak foreign languages, and to draft a code of conduct. The project also includes guided visits to actual supermarkets and an internship. The learning environment is changed every year.
                ITSE C. Colombo - Technical and Economic Institute of Porto Viro, Italy