Senegal schools show how including children with disabilities transforms communities

  Published on 2017-11-19

Senegal has more than 700,000 blind and visually impaired people, including thousands of school-aged children. Before the pilot, education for children with visual impairment and other disabilities was entirely segregated, and with only one state special-needs school in operation, most children in need were missing out. Source: Sightsavers