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13 July 2017
Members of top English Premier League team, Everton Football Club visited Uhuru Mchanganyiko School in Dar es Salaam.
22 May 2017
A year ago, a ground-breaking Charter to include people with disabilities in humanitarian action was launched by the UN Secretary-General at the...
17 May 2017
Together with Vasile Adamescu, an artist who is deafblind, Sense International Romania travelled to different towns promoting the rights of people...
8 May 2017
The Sensabilitate Caravan begins it's tour of Romania
27 April 2017
Uganda's first ever screening programme for children with multi sensory impairments has been launched by Sense International in collaboration with...
27 March 2017
Alison Marshall joins from the International Planned Parenthood Federation
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'
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Thursday 10 December 2015