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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.
Sense International calls on UK public to give children with deafblindness in Kenya their ‘Chance to Shine’
6 January 2020
The Chance To Shine appeal aims to raise funds to test children in Kenya for sight and hearing impairments and support those with deafblindness.
20 December 2019
As 2019 draws to a close, we look back at highlights from the past twelve months.
20 October 2019
Sense International is celebrating its achievements one year on from the first Global Disability Summit in 2018.
1 October 2019
Sense International has been awarded a £410,730 Impact Grant by UK Aid Direct to improve education for hundreds of children.
11 August 2019
How Sense International is transforming education for children with deafblindness.
18 June 2019
Yesterday (18 June), the Hemraj Goyal Foundation held an immersive sensory fundraising event called, SENSES, in aid of Sense International.
International Day of the African Child – How Sense International supports children in Kenya and Uganda
15 June 2019
Today (16 June), is International Day of the African Child – first established in 1991 the day aims to raise awareness of the situation of children...
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...
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Friday 6 December 2019