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              • A man in wheelchair who appears to have cerebral palsy is using a tablet computer connected to a device that manages the screen.

                System to use any Android device without touching the screen

                In 2017, Mouse4all developed a device for people who can neither operate a touchscreen nor use voice or eye commands. Instead, users control an input device using horizontal and vertical cursors, as well as icons and pictograms. By 2022, Mouse4all had users in 41 countries.
                Mouse4all, Mouse4All, Spain

              • A boy in hoodie looking at his computer. In his screen is an animation of a boy and a pair of socks with a banner "Det här är Milo".

                Online game for practicing shopping and making payments online

                The online learning game ‘Funkabutiken’, published by the Swedish NGO Funka in 2021, allows users to practice shopping and paying online. Easy language, illustrations, and videos are some of the accessibility features offered. By mid-2022, Funkabutiken had around 20,000 visits.
                Funka Nu AB, Funkabutiken, Sweden

              • This image depicts a therapy session where a healthcare professional, a woman, is assisting a young child. The child is lying on a therapy mat with a blue exercise ball placed between their legs, which the therapist is holding. The environment suggests a pediatric therapy clinic, evidenced by the toys, therapy equipment, and child-friendly decorations around the room. The therapist is focused on the child, indicative of a caring and supportive interaction aimed at aiding the child's development or rehabilitation. The scene embodies themes of assistance, care, and the nurturing of growth and improvement, all within a setting designed to be welcoming and engaging for children.

                Emergency early childhood intervention supporting over 12,000 Ukrainian refugees

                EASPD's Emergency Support for Ukrainian Refugees: Develops new models for transnational cooperation and resources for children affected by war. Created a large database of tools and materials adaptable to other regions.
                Joint Emergency Early Childhood Development Support for Ukrainian Refugees, Bulgaria

              • The photo shows a young girl in a pink dress, standing in front of an easel and speaking into a microphone. The easel displays a colorful drawing that appears to be created by a child, featuring a yellow building, greenery, and figures that could represent people. In the background, there are additional easels with artwork, suggesting this may be an art exhibition or school event. The setting promotes creativity and expression, and the girl's participation indicates a supportive environment fostering confidence and public speaking at a young age.

                Making mainstream schools more inclusive by applying an easy-to-share teacher-training module

                Research Centre for Inclusion (RCI), Vietnam: Developed a low-cost inclusive education training module in rural regions. From 2020 to 2023, trained 120 teachers, taught 274 children with disabilities, and involved 269 parents.
                Ensuring quality and friendly disability education for children with special needs, Vietnam

              • The photo depicts a diverse group of Asian children and a young adult engaged in a choral performance. They are dressed uniformly in black attire with white gloves, enhancing the visual harmony of the group. A young woman in a wheelchair is prominently included among the standing children, illustrating inclusivity and the normalization of disability within the community. The expressions on their faces range from concentration to joy, suggesting a shared experience of music and performance that transcends individual differences. The setting appears to be a well-lit, indoor space, likely a school or community center, fostering an environment of learning and cultural expression.

                A replicable model of an inclusive youth choir making music incorporating sign language

                White Hands Chorus Nippon by El Sistema Connect, Japan: Inclusive music choir merging deaf and hearing individuals. Grew from 35 to 98 members by 2023, offering free lessons and professional performances.
                The White Hands Chorus NIPPON, Japan

              • This image shows a group of children and adults gathered outdoors for an event. The setting appears to be a park or wooded area, with various colorful mats laid out on the ground for seating. The children are engaged in activities, some wearing festive crowns, suggesting a playful and inclusive atmosphere. Banners and balloons add to the festive environment, and there is a sign that reads "MAC Georgia," which could indicate the event is organized by or associated with a specific group or organization. The presence of educational materials on the stands suggests that the event might have a learning or awareness component, promoting themes such as community engagement, education, and inclusivity.

                A social media platform for parents expanded to in-person support and educational events

                MAC Georgia's Mshoblis Skivri, Georgia: Founded during COVID-19 to support parents of children with disabilities. By 2023, conducted over 2,500 consultations and engaged 3.45 million users via social media channels.
                Mshoblis Skivri, Georgia

              • Creating a role model of Inclusive Education

                Plan International Bangladesh aims to demonstrate that inclusive education can be implemented within existing systems, institutions and structures. The project includes 50 schools, more than 300 teachers and over 100 other relevant institutions as well as more than 20,000 students and out-of-school children.
                Plan International Bangladesh, Bangladesh

              • Creating mainstream schools in a war-torn country

                The aim is to promote Inclusive Education at the community level with a focus on children with disabilities, girls and children of the Kuchi, a nomadic people.The programme provides services for 81,000 learners, of whom 65% are girls. The programme is also working with the government to develop an inclusive education strategy.
                Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, Afghanistan

              • EmployAble: Inclusive vocational training and workplaces for youth with disabilities in Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia

                Young people with disabilities who are unemployed receive the necessary skills in mainstream training institutes to become employed or self-employed. More than 20 stakeholders are involved in the core implementing teams. In August 2015, 273 persons were enrolled in institutes or received in company training.
                Light for the World Netherlands, Rwanda

              • How to teach students with and without disabilities equally

                Groups of Students with and without disabilities are taught together using the same curriculum and beeing subject to the same academic criteria. Students with disabilities are supported by facility adaptation, specialized materials and equipment, counselling, as well as training for teachers and staff.
                Technological University of Santa Catarina, Mexico