They are four times more likely to experience physical violence or sexual assault, and twice as likely to never attend school. Of those lucky enough to start school, most drop out after a few months due to feelings of exclusion or stigma.
They are being forgotten, hidden and left behind.
children with disabilities supported to enrol into mainstream inclusive education in Uganda.Impact in Uganda
children with disabilities now have improved access to education through inclusive sport activities in Kenya.Impact in Kenya
community members engaged through our disability rights awareness events in Tanzania.Impact in Tanzania
parents of children with disabilities trained in safeguarding their children's rights in Rwanda.Impact in Rwanda
young children with disabilities enrolled into early childhood education in Malawi.Impact in Malawi
parents of chilren with disablities registered into parent suport groups in Zambia.Impact in Zambia
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Able Child Africa advocates for stronger disability-inclusive development to the International Development Committee (IDC) at a new inquiry ...