This project aims to provide support and training, and work with local schools, local government and community leaders to make education accessible and adapted to children facing geographical, linguistic and physical barriers to attendance, including local children living with disability.
The KOSHISH Emergency Care Centre provides a holistic programme of rehabilitation for women, who have been left destitute, abandoned and abused, to regain their physical and mental health.
This project will train 60 young adults in IT skills, in five cohorts over 3 years, in a supportive environment adapted to their needs and informed by skills needed for the jobs market.
The aim of this project was to create a demonstration model that could transform the educational experience of deaf and hard-of-hearing children. We worked in 8 Ethiopian primary schools, creating a living model of inclusion.
SDET runs a special day school for 55 children with learning disabilities and supports 85 boys and girls from very poor and tribal communities in mainstream education.
Training, awareness-raising and sustained engagement with schools, communities and local government has helped change attitudes and tackle harmful practices affecting women and girls.