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World Teachers’ Day – How Sense International’s inclusive education programme supports children with deafblindness in Tanzania
4 October 2020
Today is World Teachers’ Day, an annual event which celebrates teachers.
26 August 2020
Our team in Nepal has welcomed the formation of a new government committee which includes a representative from the community of people with...
Sense International Uganda is working to support children and adults with deafblindness during the COVID-19 crisis
20 July 2020
The lockdown has prevented people with deafblindness from accessing clear information about COVID-19 and meeting their basic food and medical needs.
Marking Deafblind Awareness Week: How people with deafblindness have been affected by COVID-19 across the globe
23 June 2020
This week is Deafblind Awareness Week (22-28 June) with Helen Keller Day on 27 June. Sadly, it is the most vulnerable members of society who are...
15 June 2020
Today marks the Day of the African Child (16 June) which aims to raise awareness of the situation of children in African. Sense International...
28 May 2020
In April, Sense International launched an inclusive education project across the eight countries we work in. Thanks to the support of the Nelumbo...
28 April 2020
Alongside over 70 other organisations and individuals we have agreed a set of principles in regards to the global COVID-19 response. We are now...
19 April 2020
With the current COVID-19 pandemic, many of Sense International’s fundraising events have been postponed or cancelled and we have had to close...
14 April 2020
Funding will provide sight and hearing tests for children in rural Kenya, and vital support to children with deafblindness in their early years.
8 April 2020
With the whole world severely affected by the Coronavirus outbreak, we must ensure that those who are the most vulnerable are also equally protected.
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Friday 6 December 2019