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International Day of Education: Using specialist braille technology to support children with deafblindness in Uganda
24 January 2021
Sense International is celebrating the International Day of Education with the launch of a new inclusive education programme.
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...
25 November 2020
A call for a safer world as we emerge from COVID-19.
World Children’s Day: Providing vital educational support for children with deafblindness/ multi-sensory impairments in Uganda
20 November 2020
Today we are celebrating World Children’s Day, which is held each year to promote children's welfare and rights worldwide.
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.
World Teachers’ Day – How Sense International’s inclusive education programme supports children with deafblindness in Tanzania
4 October 2020
Today is World Teachers’ Day, an annual event which celebrates teachers.
26 August 2020
Our team in Nepal has welcomed the formation of a new government committee which includes a representative from the community of people with...
Sense International Uganda is working to support children and adults with deafblindness during the COVID-19 crisis
20 July 2020
The lockdown has prevented people with deafblindness from accessing clear information about COVID-19 and meeting their basic food and medical needs.
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Friday 6 December 2019