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Catherine Alejo is our Programme Manager in Uganda and Tanzania. She tells us about the impact our inclusive education has had on Shadya and her mother Amina.
To mark Volunteers Week 2021, Jackie Kelly, our Northern Ireland Senior Community Coordinator, reveals ten top reasons to volunteer at one of our services.
In our latest podcast episode, Jon Sim catches up with our CEO Ruth Owen OBE. In a candid interview, Ruth talks about her determination to succeed despite the yawning disability employment gap she faced as a young school leaver.
Elizabeth is our Research Officer, Data and Disability. She talks about the importance of data and how our recent research highlighted the stigma in Kenya around using assistive technology.
Our Head of Influencing, Campaigns and Public Affairs, Elaine Green looks at FCDO's Action Plan on Girls’ Education and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on disabled girl's education.
Anne is eight years old and lives in the Eastern Province of Zambia. She enrolled in school after a health assessment session that was conducted at her local school in January 2019.
18-year-old Rahel, from Kikombo in Tanzania, is now doing very well at secondary school and hopes to become a teacher. But her journey to becoming a happy student has not been straightforward.
Dave Hursthouse is the assistive technology project manager at Hill House in Sandbach. One year since the assistive technology project began, he tells us how it is changing lives.
In this episode of our podcast, Josh Reeves catches up with Rich, one of the founders of Access Rating, an app that lets users rate the places they've been based on accessibility.
Sam tells us her experience travelling by train as a deaf person during the coronavirus pandemic.