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15 February 2021
It’s been almost one year since the outbreak of COVID19 and Sense International continues to adapt to the ever-changing situation.
3 December 2020
Today is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities and this year’s theme is ‘not all disabilities are visible’.
Edwin Osundwa, Sense International Kenya Country Director to co-chair United Nations’ round table discussion on disability and business
1 December 2020
The Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is an annual meeting where signatories...
9 November 2020
Sense International has been awarded a £134,112 UK Aid Direct grant in response to the COVID-19 crisis to support people with multi-sensory...
Seven months since the COVID-19 outbreak: How our teams are supporting people with deafblindness around the world
30 October 2020
Here are some of the latest updates from the Sense International teams around the world.
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 March 2020
Today is International Women’s Day, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political contributions of women.
3 March 2020
World Hearing Day takes place today, which raises awareness about deafness and hearing loss and promotes ear and hearing care around the world.
13 January 2020
Sense International is delighted that its latest Chance To Shine appeal is one of Mumsnet’s January Guest Campaigns.
Celebrating the results of the screening and early intervention programme funded by the ‘Finding Grace’ appeal
10 January 2020
Our programme for screening for children with multi-sensory impairments in Uganda and Kenya should be rolled out nationally and to other countries.
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Friday 6 December 2019