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          • EduClick

            EduClick is an EdTech organisation which develops alternative learning methods for those who can't access formal education. Its objective is to leverage all aspects of the technology revolution to facilitate access to education for disadvantaged communities and prepare them for the future of work through hybrid (online and offline) training programs. (Source: Website)
            Cameroon

          • South African Parliament

            South Africa

          • ECDD - Ethiopian Center for Disability and Development

            Ethiopia

          • Childrens Developmental Centre

            Nigeria

          • Uganda National Action on Physical Disability

            Uganda

          • LUPD - Lebanese Union for People with Physical Disabilities

            LUPD was Founded in 1981, in the midst of the Lebanese Civil War to advocate for the inclusion, equality, and rights of people with disabilities in Lebanese society. From it’s very beginnings on Beirut’s sidewalks, LUPD has been a grassroots and non-sectarian organization led by people with disabilities. In the decades since its founding, LUPD has worked to shift government policies and the national discourse on disability from a framework of charity and exclusion to a framework of rights and inclusion. (Source: Website)
            Lebanon

          • SETI Centre for Training and Studies on Disability

            Egypt

          • OCADES Caritas Burkina

            Burkina Faso

          • Alhassan Foundation

            Egypt

          • Living Link

            The Living Link is a non-profit organization in South Africa that implements a model of supported employment for young people with disabilities. Starting with life and work skills training and first experiences by job sampling the education is followed by placements in the open labor market. Candidates who are placed in employment earn the same salary and wages as non-disabled colleagues. In 2015 alone, approximately 50 people have been placed in different forms of employment, several with permanent working contracts. (Source: Website)
            South Africa