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Inclusivity for children with deafblindness in Tanzania

11 June 2018

A smiling male footballer shakes hands with a group of children in Tanzania

Sense International Tanzania's project "Inclusive Education For Children With Deafblindness" is a new project that will, for the first time in Tanzania, see children with and without deafblindness learning together in the class room.

Sense International Tanzania country director Geoffrey Atieli spoke to The Citizen newspaper, saying 

"We work together with ward education coordinators to identify the children and start the process of taking them to school after finding a teacher to attach with them."

You can read the full article on The Citizen newspaper website about the Sense International Tanzania project.

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