Lessons learned from disability mainstreaming: In April 2013 an internal evaluation took place on the disability mainstreaming process within the FSUP Gaibandha project. This report reflects the lessons that we have learned about disability mainstreaming so far.
The National Hearing Project in Papua New Guinea tackles the marginalization and exclusion of children and youths with hearing impairments all over Papua New Guinea, reaching more than 100,000 children, young people and adults in 19 regions.
The LIGHT FOR THE WORLD Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Framework brought together 14 CBR projects in Ethiopia, Burkina Faso and Mozambique between 2009 and 2011 to share experiences and learning. Between them, the projects reached 20,991 beneficiaries. Although the Framework has now ended, the individual projects continue to implement CBR activities with support from LIGHT OF THE WORLD. This report reflects the experiences of the projects during this period and the lessons learned that can provide invaluable learning for other CBR projects. It also provides a useful record of the projects’ activities and outcomes, and enables future planning.