The support of governments and other funding organisations enables us to make a direct, long-term impact on the lives of people with deafblindness around the world.
Sense International has a track record of successful partnerships with governments and other funding organisations. Many have worked with us for a number of years and in more than one country. This support has had a wide-ranging impact. For example, it has enabled us to:
Establish sight and hearing testing services for young children in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Create dedicated rooms for sensory stimulation therapies in specialist schools in Peru.
Provide vocational training and small business support to young people with deafblindness in East Africa.
Ensure that children and young people with deafblindness are able to access an education and life-long learning opportunities in Bangladesh.
These projects, among others, have been made possible by funding partnerships with the Australian High Commission Direct Aid Programme; Canada Fund for Local Initiatives; Comic Relief; Enabel, the Belgian Development Agency (funded by the European Union); the European Union; the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO - UK Aid); Guernsey Overseas Aid and Development Commission; Jersey Overseas Aid and The National Lottery Community Fund.
Sense International and our project partners would like to thank these funding organisations for supporting our work in East Africa, Asia, Europe and South America.
Get in touch
If you would like further information on our work with governments and other funding organisations, please contact Philip Middleton, Senior Programme Funding Manager:
“It is wonderful to see the impact of Sense International’s work in Kenya and the incredible difference it is making to people’s lives as they cope with the pandemic.”
- Penny Innes (Head of Disability Inclusion Team, FCDO)
International Aid Transparency Initiative
Sense International publishes on the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI). This is a voluntary, multi-stakeholder initiative aiming to make information about aid spending easier to find, use, and compare.
Read about our partnerships, including how we are working alongside other international development organisations as part of the Inclusive Futures initiative, funded by the UK government.
Find out more
Watch a selection of videos about the impact of our work in partnership with governments and other funding organisations on our YouTube channel.