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              • Whole class of children with hearing impairments smile and pose for their class picture.

                Sign bilingual education from infancy to secondary school

                Deaf and hearing students study together in the same classroom, receiving sign language and oral instructions simultaneously. The courses are available in signed and spoken languages, using Hong Kong Sign Language, Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. In 2019, 124 deaf children enrolled in the programme.
                Chinese University of Hong Kong, Centre for Sign Linguistics and Deaf Studies, Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrolment in Deaf Education Programme, China

              •  Adults and children communicate in sign language to the teacher, who is outside the picture, during a in-service training for teachers in Debresina.

                Training teachers of mainstream schools in sign language

                The project focuses on training teachers in rural areas to include sign language in their lessons, along with providing educational materials and assistive devices to students with disabilities. Since 2003, in-service training has been provided for 2,000 teachers and more than 35,000 deaf or hard of hearing children have accessed education.
                ELF - Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, Felm, Social and Educational Programme for the Deaf, Ethiopia

              • 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

              • The photo shows a person in a wheelchair being assisted onto a school bus equipped with a ramp, highlighting accessibility for individuals with disabilities. A man is seen operating the ramp, ensuring the safe boarding of the wheelchair user. The bus is brightly colored, and the setting appears to be outside a building with red brickwork. This image reflects a commitment to inclusivity and the importance of providing equal opportunities for mobility and education to all members of society.

                A provincial government creating large-scale enrolment of pupils with disabilities in cooperation with a foundation

                Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Programme, Nepal: A partnership between Koshi Province and Karuna Foundation Nepal since 2008. Constructed 35 accessible schools, enrolling 1,267 children with disabilities. By 2023, expanded DPRP model throughout Koshi Province, with Nepal's government piloting it in other provinces.
                Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Programme (DPRP), Nepal

              • 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

              • This image depicts a lively indoor scene, possibly within a school or community center. A diverse group of children and adults are gathered around a table with colorful bowling pins set upon it, suggesting a playful activity or game is taking place. The atmosphere appears joyful and inclusive, with many participants smiling, clapping, and raising their hands in excitement. The room is brightly lit and filled with various items that indicate a child-friendly environment. The presence of individuals with varying abilities, as some appear to be using wheelchairs, underscores a theme of inclusivity and community engagement where everyone is welcomed and encouraged to participate. The scene conveys a sense of unity, celebration, and the importance of providing accessible and enjoyable activities for all members of the community.

                Fast-growing, easy-to-replicate methodology to evaluate and improve inclusion in schools

                Perkins School for the Blind, U.S.: Supports global education for children with disabilities. Through the Model Program Approach, reached over 1 million children via 133 programs in 15 countries by June 2023.
                Model Program Approach, Mexico

              • 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

              • This image captures a group of individuals, who appear to be African, engaged in a workshop or meeting. They are seated around tables covered with patterned tablecloths, suggesting a communal and collaborative environment. A man stands at the front, possibly facilitating the session, indicating a focus on learning or discussion. The participants have various expressions of engagement, some looking directly at the camera, others in conversation, and some focused on materials in front of them. The scene embodies themes of collective effort, education, and possibly empowerment, as the group seems to be actively participating in a constructive activity.

                Inclusive education programme for children with disabilities in sub-Saharan Africa

                Appui au Développement de l’Enfant en Détresse (ADED), Congo: Implemented the Tunafasi Programme in Uvira region for quality inclusive education. Raised school attendance from 5% to 68.5% between 2020 and 2023.
                Tunafasi, Democratic Republic of Congo

              • 6 women sit around a table, which is covered with documents, taking part in a class.

                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

              • Students learn in class, while the teacher is standing in the middle und holding a power point presentation in the back.

                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