International news

The latest news about our work around the world.

Leonard Cheshire Disability report reveals weak progress regarding disability inclusion efforts in developing countries.

Our report with UNGEI highlights how disabled girls in developing countries are still being left behind. 

Girls with disabilities in developing countries are effectively unseen and unheard and are often not benefiting from international efforts to improve access to education in developing countries. 

10 primary schools in Tanzania will open their doors to disabled children for the first time.

The Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Research Centre staged an important event in the context of realising the United Nations’ sustainable development goals (SDGs) by 2030.

Jayakodi from southern India has a thriving business following training at our Livelihoods Resource Centre.

Marian is seven and lives in Kisumu, Kenya. She has albinism – so her skin is fair, and can burn easily and become infected. It also means her vision is impaired.

Global Alliance is running activities across the world to highlight how disabled people often cannot access work. 

Meet Marian, and see how our work in Kenya has helped her go to school.

The media centre from the London Paralympic Games has relaunched as a hub for disability specialists to improve the lives of disabled people worldwide.

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