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Photo: Kadidiatou attends school together with her non-disabled peers. Credit: Emmanuel Kansié / Light for the World

Inclusive Education: A quick guide

Why Inclusive Education? Q & A, tutorial videos, and resources.
Photo: Young ophthalmologist screening patients at an outreach in Ethiopia, 2016. Credit: Ulrich Eigner / Light for the World

How to make healthcare truly inclusive

When does “healthcare for all” mean just that?
Photo: The Hyderabad conference on evidence in disability and health brought together researchers and activists.

Evidence in Global Disability and Health

Hyderabad conference brought together researchers, doctors, fieldworkers, and activists
Photo: Selamawit and her mother, Zinabua, from Awassa. Credit: Light for the World

Community-Based Rehabilitation: A quick guide

Why Community-Based Rehabilitation? And how does it work?
Photo: The Light for the World team in Burkina Faso, led by Elie Bagbila, after being awarded an honorary distinction by the Ministry of Women, Solidarity and Families. Credit: Light for the World

Light for the World awarded Honorary Distinction for our work in Burkina Faso

Ministry recognizes many years of cooperation for the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities
Photo: Media coverage of the Inclusive Sofala Launch Event, 05/03/2018. Credit: Light for the World

'Inclusive Sofala' launched

New programme will increase visibility of persons with disabilities in Central Mozambique - by Iláuda Manala
Photo: video still of Litsy Ramos and her mother

Litsy's dream

Litsy, a student with Light for the World's partner FASSIV, wants to become a famous painter
Photo collage: empowered women with disabilities. Credit: Light for the World

Her Abilities Award

Light for the World announces first global award honoring achievements of women with disabilities
Photo: Disability-Inclusive Development Training by Light for the World's Disability Inclusion Lab. Credit: Light for the World

Disability-Inclusive Development Training

Register now - Training offered by the Disability Inclusion Lab on 16-18 April 2018
Photo: Training Ugandan teachers to recognise refractive errors in their students. Credit: Light for the World

Recognising Refractive Errors: 1.000 Teachers Trained

NIURE programme celebrates milestone in teacher training