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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...
5 August 2015
We are particularly pleased to see a commitment to ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education for all, particularly as we know worldwide...
31 May 2015
The 16th World Conference of Deafblind International is under way in Bucharest. The Deafblind International awards were presented on Thursday 28...
29 April 2015
Following the tragic earthquake in Nepal on Saturday, Sense International today sent a message of support to the Ankur Foundation for Inclusive...
14 April 2015
The Peruvian government has awarded two deafblind people training scholarships to develop their skills in massage.
11 December 2014
A new book called 'senses lost and found - stories of hope' has just been published
3 December 2014
DJ and radio presenter Yvette Chivers (MissChivers) trekked Machu Picchu in Peru to raise money for children and adults who are both deaf and blind.
20 October 2014
The curriculum will provide a framework that will support deafblind children to learn in a home setting.
22 September 2014
This time last year saw the first deafblind curriculum being rolled out in Kenya. A year on, this has had a huge impact on the quality of education...
6 August 2013
Edwin Osundwa, country representative for SI Kenya, explains on The Guardian Global Development Professionals Network website.
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Friday 6 December 2019