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Inclusive education programme in Zambia

In Zambia, only 43% of children with disabilities goes to school. The project will see Leonard Cheshire’s work expand to the Eastern Province of Zambia across Chipata, Katete, Nyimba, Petauke and Sinda and reach 750 children across 30 primary schools for the first time.  It will also train teachers and education officials, giving them tools to ensure inclusive learning, and will work with parents and pupils, running child to child clubs to reduce stigma.


What the project delivers

Tools for schools, starting up parent groups and school groups, and educate teachers in inclusive learning.

Why we support this projects

Education is a basic human right. Through this project, more children gets access to education.

Project time status


This project started in July 2018 and ended in June 2019

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