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MoMA has won international respect for their unique efforts to make their extensive resources, collection and
programs accessible to visitors with disabilities. Training on inclusive arts education is given to external institutions worldwide and disability awareness and equality training is delivered in-house.
MoMA is committed to providing the most inclusive environment for its diverse visitors. The Access Program offer a variety of programs for visitors with different disabilities. Access Program staff have developed training resources on providing quality art experiences and delivered workshops throughout the world.
MOMA - Museum of Modern Art, Inclusive art education at the MoMA, New York, United States of America
Training curricula and staff support to make mainstream kindergartens more disability inclusive
Krembo Wings, Israel: Youth movement supporting persons with disabilities. Developed training for educational teams in kindergartens, promoting inclusive discourse. Curriculum in Hebrew and Arabic expanded from four to twelve kindergartens between 2022 and 2023.
Krembo Kindergarten, Israel
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 school educating a majority of deaf students with a minority of hearing students
Fundación ICAL, Colombia: Runs a specialized school using the Inverse Inclusion model. Majority of students with disabilities learn alongside a minority of hearing students. By 2023, more than 170 students aged 3 to 25 years were enrolled.
Inverse Inclusion, Colombia
Comprehensive programme to make a university accessible for all students
The Higher Education for All programme was introduced in 2014 at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to provide equal access to higher education for people with disabilities. Measures include adaptations to the built environment, curriculums, books, and the admissions process. In 2020 the University had 1,078 students with disabilities.
King Abdulaziz University, Higher Education for All, Saudi Arabia
Promoting community-based Inclusive Education
Sama Nepal focuses on a "base school", which includes a care centre and/or a resource class in which children with special needs are enrolled. From there they participate in mainstream school activities according to their abilities. From 2016 to 2019, 222 children with disabilities have benefited from this support.
Sama Nepal, Including children with disabilities in mainstream schools in Nepal, Nepal
Training teachers to keep children with disabilities in school
The specific target group of the project were 180 children in upper primary classes in 12 selected schools. 18 teachers (9 female/9 male) were qualified as master trainers in the inclusive child-to-child methodology. Furthermore, USDC advocates for Inclusive Education, seeking partnerships with likeminded organizations.
Uganda Society for Disabled Children, Uganda
Teaching students with disabilities to manage risks associated with natural disasters
RET Americas has developed inclusive learning methodologies to integrate disaster risk reduction and management (DRR&M) as a topic in public schools, introducing curricula and exercises specifically for students with disabilities. Since 2015, more than 4,000 young people with disabilities have taken part in the project.
RET International - Protection through Education, Inclusive school safety in Panama (disasters and natural hazards awareness), Panama
Holistic support system from early childhood to vocational training
"Learn for life" provides a range of support mechanisms for children with disabilities at all stages of schooling, from early childhood intervention to vocational training. Local disabled person’s organizations assume leadership of the programme and continue the work after its support is phased out.
DRRA - Disabled Rehabilitation and Research Association, Learn for Life, Bangladesh
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