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          • MECP-Z - The Madrasa Early Childhood Programme Zanzibar

            The Madrasa Early Childhood Program assists underprivileged communities in the establishment, development, and management of preschools; offering professional development and training courses to new and practicing preschool teachers and providing tailor-made technical support to preschools, civil society, government and private organizations. (Source: Website)

          • Tanzania League of the Blind

            Tanzania League of the Blind is a registered non-governmental organization that is committed to improve the quality of life of people with  visual impairment in Tanzania through lobbying and advocacy; awareness raising; information sharing; facilitating access to education and vocational training; and economic empowerment. In pursuing this mission, TLB networks with other like-minded organization and take cognisance of the cross cutting issues of gender, HIV/AIDS, environment and good governance. Tanzania League of the Blind (TLB) is the only national Non-governmental Organisation operated by the blinds and visually impaired themselves in Tanzania. It has around 35,245 members with 104 district branches countrywide. (Source: Website)

          • Humanity & Inclusion Senegal

            HI first started its activities in Senegal in 1995. Its first interventions focused on physical rehabilitation and mine clearance. Today HI has broadened its fields of action to include: maternal & and child health, inclusive education, economic inclusion of vulnerable people and people with disabilities, rehabilitation, diabetes. (Source: Website)

          • FEDOMA - Federation of Disability Organizations in Malawi

            The Federation of Disability Organizations in Malawi (FEDOMA) was founded in 1999, as an umbrella Organizations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs) in Malawi to provide a unified voice for all OPDs. FEDOMA has a specific mandate as the voice of persons with disabilities of all kinds throughout Malawi and in acting on their behalf, ensuring that persons with disabilities have access to services and support that the able bodied community takes for granted. (Source: Website)

          • MCIT - Egypt Ministry of Communications and Information Technology


          • I Love Coffee

            I Love Coffee opened its doors in June 2016, dedicated to becoming one of the country’s leading artisanal roasted coffee suppliers, and committed to achieving this by being a force of positive change for the Deaf in South Africa.  (Source: Website)
            South Africa

          • Signs Media Kenya Limited

            Signs Media Kenya Limited was formed in 2011 operating on a social enterprise model with the main objectives being to educate, inform and entertain in sign language by extension enhancing Disability and the Deaf Culture. (Source: Website)

          • IRD - Initiative for Refugees with Disabilities

            Initiative for Refugees with Disabilities (IRD) was created to advocate for the inclusion, respect of the rights and dignity of all refugees with disabilities. (Source: Website)

          • ADPP - Aid for the Development of People for People Mozambique

            ADPP Mozambique is a Mozambican Non-Governmental Association that works across Quality Education, Health and Well-being, Sustainable Agriculture, and the Environment. It was established in 1982. (Source: Website)

          • Riziki Source

            Riziki Source is a social enterprise enabling access to job opportunities for persons with disabilities in Kenya. They facilitate workplace diversity, self-employment, disability inclusion and linkage to over six Million people with disabilities in Kenya who have particular skill sets, currently untapped for recruitment as a value proposition for companies, organizations and government formations. They are experts in workplace inclusion of persons with disabilities and embrace a two-sided individual focused approach in supporting our clients and partners to thrive in their areas of specialization. (Source: Website)