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Disability and DevelopmentExperiences in inclusive practices in Asia


Participating Projects

The CAHD strategy

Target Sectors

Example: inclusive strategies in education

Example: local governance - transfer ofresponsibilities for ownership and sustainability

Conclusion

Content


Participating projects

  • 7 Projects in 4 Countries


Implementing community based rehabilitation comprehensively

The CAHD Strategy


Target sectors for inclusive strategies

  • Aim is to accelerate inclusion


Experiences in the sector of education

  • Mainstreaming and special support go hand in hand

  • Bangladesh:

    • Training of teachers and government officials

    • Support to Government: technical advice and coordination

    • 8,000 children included in regular classes

  • Nepal:

    • Knowledge and capacity building of children in Child Clubs

    • 400 children included in Child Clubs > 4%

  • Philippines:

    • Preparatory and support classes in regular schools

    • Special education classes in regular teacher’s training

    • 400 teachers availed special education sessions


  • Project ownership in the community

    Full responsibility and investment by local government

    Experiences in local governance


    Inclusive practices >> paradigm shift

    Inclusive strategies >> participative

    Inclusive strategies >> simultaneous in all sectors of community development

    Inclusive practices >> dignity

    Conclusion


    Thank You!


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