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Sense International launches pioneering screening programme for infant deafblindness in Kenya and Uganda
18 January 2017
300,000 infants expected to be screened during the three year pilot funded by UK appeal that raised over £700,000
Sense International hails new legislation by Indian government as a “landmark moment” for people with disabilities
12 January 2017
Rights of People with Disabilities Act 2016 recognises deafblindness as a disability for the first time in India’s history
22 December 2016
1st certificate course on deafblindness at Kyambogo University, Uganda.
22 November 2016
Sense International Romania organised their fourth training course in deafblindness as part of the project 'Sense for Life'
6 September 2016
Sense’s Head of Children’s Specialist Services, Steve Rose, talks about the programme and his recent trip to Nairobi
30 August 2016
Four British MPs recently visited a Sense International programme in Uganda as part of a delegation organised by RESULTS UK, an organisation...
4 July 2016
Sense International's regions have been busy celebrating Helen Keller Day.
Sense International expresses concern over lack of female representation on the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)
20 June 2016
Sense International, today expressed its concern over the drop in numbers of female members of the Committee which will fall from the current six...
31 May 2016
Fifteen men from across the country took on epic 1,500 mile journey from London to Bucharest in quest to raise vital funds for Romanian children...
23 May 2016
International deafblind charity urges the Kenyan government to introduce the vaccine into the national immunisation programme to eradicate the...
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Thursday 10 December 2015