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Photo: Young Africa offers technical and vocational education and training for both self-employment and employment

Effective Philanthropy - Why You Cannot Go It Alone

Working with and through the right partners makes all the difference - by F. Carbonez
Photo: Cover of our publication, 'Towards Inclusion'

'Towards Inclusion' Launched

New publication supports organisations in becoming more inclusive
Photo: Inclusive classroom run by Light for the World partner CEFISE, Burkina Faso

Back to school

School remains a dream for 32 million children with disabilities in developing countries
Photo: Thérèse Kafando, General Director of CEFISE. Credit: Light for the World

A dream of empowering students with disabilities

By Thérèse Kafando, General Director of Light for the World's partner CEFISE
Man works on building a house within the Sports for Peace programme

Sports for Peace in South Sudan

How sports is changing the lives of refugees with disabilities and helping achieve peace at the same time
Blind girl writing braille

Marrakesh VIP Treaty: Major Step for Accessibility

Burkina Faso ratifies Marrakesh Treaty making books accessible for people with visual impairments
Photo: Left to right - Yetnebersh Nigussie, Dagnachew Wakene, Maggie Kern. Credit: Light for the World

Sustainable Development means disability-inclusive development!

Ministerial Declaration adopted - Maggie Kern blogs from the HLPF, Part 2
Photo: Elie Bagbila gives a presentation during the inclusion training. Credit: Emmanuel Kansié

Training Partners in Inclusive Development

At a training in Ouagadougou, we discussed issues and tools with our partners and networks - by Emmanuel Kansié
Logo of the Africa-EU Partnership

Disability as a cross-cutting issue in partnership talks

Towards an inclusive partnership between Africa and the EU - by Steffie Neyens
Photo: Left to right - Maggie Kern, Yetnebersh Nigussie (both Light for the World), Jan Kickert (Permanent Representative of Austria to the UN). Credit: Light for the World

Drawing Attention to Inclusion at the HLPF

Advocacy Officer Maggie Kern blogs from the High-Level Political Forum