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First deafblind curriculum in Kenya

6 August 2013

Over the next few months a new curriculum will be rolled out in Kenya's ten deafblind education units in specialist schools, as a result of a partnership between Sense International Kenya and the Kenyan Institute for Education (KIE).

Read the story by Edwin Osundwa, country representative for Sense International Kenya, published on The Guardian Global Development Professionals Network website.


First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Friday 6 December 2019