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  • A brighter future for Romania’s most vulnerable

    A brighter future for Romania’s most vulnerable

    11 May 2015  |  13 comments  |  Last comment on 30 November 2017  |  Posted by James Thornberry

    26 years since the fall of communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu, has anything really changed for Romania’s most vulnerable citizens? Ahead of the 16th Deafblind International World Conference at the end of this month, Director of Sense International, James Thornberry, explains why he believes the country is making progress despite its many obstacles.

  • Our vital early intervention work in Romania

    Our vital early intervention work in Romania

    14 January 2015  |  20 comments  |  Last comment on 25 May 2017  |  Posted by Bethan Williams

    Our work in early intervention is vital to ensure that any residual sight or hearing is stimulated in young babies at an early age to give them a chance for these senses to develop.

First published: Friday 7 June 2013
Last updated: Thursday 18 September 2014