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8 October 2018
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne attended a Sense International Luncheon in London alongside our Regional Directors
19 July 2018
On Tuesday 24 July 2018, the UK government will co-host its first ever Global Disability Summit with the International Disability Alliance and the...
16 July 2018
British High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, mentions the work of Sense International.
7 June 2017
Over the last 3 years, Sense International has supported more than 1,100 children with deafblindness in East Africa to access education through its...
6 September 2016
Sense’s Head of Children’s Specialist Services, Steve Rose, talks about the programme and his recent trip to Nairobi
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...
6 August 2013
Edwin Osundwa, country representative for SI Kenya, explains on The Guardian Global Development Professionals Network website.
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Wednesday 4 April 2018