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Training civil servants in the Israeli legal system to provide more inclusive legal services
The Accessible Legal Services for People with Disabilities program was launched by the Israeli Ministry of Justice and JDC-Israel Unlimited, together with operating partner Israel Elwyn to train lawyers and representatives from the legal system on how to improve their services for people with intellectual or mental disabilities.
Israeli Ministry of Justice, Accessible Legal Services for Persons with Disabilities, Israel
An app for orientation in open and closed spaces
Installed on a smart phone, Step-Ear enables users to find their way in public surroundings using Audio-signs and pre-placed Beacons. Users can call for help in an emergency and they can communicate with public transport personnel. As of 2018, Step-Hear has placed more than 3,500 Audio signs throughout Israel.
Quality healthcare and counselling through video technology
doctHERs is a novel health care platform that connects female doctors to millions of underserved patients, including those with disabilities, in real-time while leveraging online technology. doctHERs overcomes sociocultural barriers that tie women to their homes, and at the same times provides access to quality health care.
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
A multifaceted approach towards inclusive pre-primary and primary schools
KASALI (which means “no one is left behind” in Filipino) uses a range of methods such as establishing model schools, training teachers and educating parents. Moreover, the organization is conducting advocacy and policy discussions with the government. As a result, 739 children with disabilities have enrolled in school since 2014.
Save the Children Philippines, KASALI – No one left behind, Philippines
Fast-growing café chain with a majority of employees with disabilities
Since 2017, Mitti Café has been providing hospitality training and employment opportunities in accessible cafés established on the premises of educational institutions or private-sector companies. As of 2020 there are 12 Mitti Cafés, which are managed and staffed entirely by adults with disabilities.
Mitti Cafe, MITTI Café, India
Providing free adaptations and prosthetics for amputees and persons with mobility issues
Jaipur Foot Organization provides free prosthetic devices and applications. In 1975, there were 59 prosthetic devices, today about 60,000 people annually receive specially designed prosthetic devices, wheelchairs etc. and even financial support. This is mainly in rural areas of India and in 27 other countries.
Jaipur Foot Organization (BMVSS), BMVSS, India
A target and a push for inclusive skills training and employment
The reform includes a 5 per cent enrolment target for persons with disabilities, the training of technical and vocational education staff in disability inclusion, developing pilot training and engaging potential employers. In 2016, it resulted already in 328 enrolees and 60 trainees gaining employment.
ILO Bangladesh, National Skills Development Policy (NSDP) of 2011, DTE Departmental Policy of 2015 and innovative practices Department of Technical Education, Ministry of Education, Bangladesh & International Labour Organization (ILO), Bangladesh
Access to basic health services for children with cerebral palsy in Bangladesh
Together with partners, CSF Global started the first development centre in rural Bangladesh for children with cerebral palsy. The centre offers therapeutic service to the children and provides training to the caregiver. The children are identified by trained community volunteers using the "Key Informant Method".
CSF - Child Sight Foundation - Global, Early Childhood Service Centres, Bangladesh