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15 May 2019
Sense International has been awarded a three year grant by Jersey Overseas Aid (JOA) to provide better health outcomes for people with...
11 February 2019
The coalition, which Sense International is part of, is calling on the UK Government to lead globally, work with countries, and invest more, and...
8 October 2018
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne attended a Sense International Luncheon in London alongside our Regional Directors
30 August 2016
Four British MPs recently visited a Sense International programme in Uganda as part of a delegation organised by RESULTS UK, an organisation...
20 October 2014
The curriculum will provide a framework that will support deafblind children to learn in a home setting.
22 September 2014
This time last year saw the first deafblind curriculum being rolled out in Kenya. A year on, this has had a huge impact on the quality of education...
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Wednesday 4 April 2018