Sense International mini review 2016/17
In 2016/2017, Sense International made headway in transforming the lives of people with deafblindness and their familiies.
- Sense International (Romania) set up the eighth vocational workshop in the country where over 160 young people with deafblindess have learned trades like digital typography.
- We have launched the first ever screening and early intervention services for babies in Kenya and Uganda where, so far, 4,685 infants have been screened for sensory impairments.
- Sense International (Peru) trained 143 teachers in inclusive teaching methods for children with deafblindness.
- In Bangladesh, we supported the delivery of vocational training for young people with deafblindness so they can develop the skills they need to earn a living.
- In Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, mainstream teachers visited 1,082 children with deafblindness at home, and supported parents to follow a specially developed curriculum in order to help these children transition into inclusive mainstream education.
- Sense International extended its work into Nepal. We have been working to establish strong links with organisations that are working with people with deafblindness, building the skills and knowledge of community-based workers and educators.
Previous annual reviews
Annual Review 2015/2016 (PDF)
Annual Review 2014/2015 (PDF)
Annual Review 2013/2014 (PDF)
Annual Review 2008/2009 (PDF)
Annual Review 2007/2008 (PDF)
Annual Review 2006/2007 (PDF)
Annual Review 2005/2006 (PDF)
First published: Tuesday 20 January 2015
Last updated: Tuesday 17 October 2017