We work directly with local people and local organisations to find and share knowledge, skills, and expertise.

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We work in

8 countries

Sense International is dedicated to supporting people with deafblindness and their families.

We share knowledge, skills and expertise with local people and local partners so this vital work can carry on without us.

Where we work

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Early intervention

Early intervention

81,167 children

around the world were screened for sight and hearing impairments last year.

Inclusive education

Inclusive education

3,876 children

with deafblindness received specialist educational support at home or in school last year.

Vocational training

Vocational training

1,121 young people

with deafblindness gained vocational skills to find work or establish a livelihood last year.

Advocacy

Advocacy

9,153 people

were trained on deafblindness last year, including government officials, community leaders, education professionals and health professionals.

Mwanaasha’s story

Tanzania

Sospeter’s story

Kenya

Morium’s story

Bangladesh