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ILFE Toolkit: Afghanistan

ILFE Toolkit: Indonesia

EENET Asia newsletter - 7th issue

EENET asia Newsletter - 2nd and 3rd Quarter 2009

“My daughter has a physical impairment. When she enrolled in school she was shy and didn’t even dare to speak when she was spoken to by her teacher or her friends in class. Now, after a few months in the inclusive school she talks all the time, almost too much! And she does not seem to be shy about her disability anymore. She even walks much better now after she started school. It makes me so happy to see that my daughter is in school, that she has friends and that she is finally enjoying her childhood.”
Quote from a parent in a inclusove primary school in Kabul


Preparing Tajik Schools for the Winter
Going Beyond Language - Including Local Culture into the School Curriculum
Reducing Stigma - Ensuring Education for Children Affected by HIV in Vietnam
Stigma: The Way Forward
Success is not Impossible Because of Deafness

Afghan Sign Language Video Dictionary: A Tool for Inclusion
The Australian Inclusive Education Journey: Celebrating the Potential of All Students
School Mapping on Nutrition and Health in Balochistan
Drug Prevention and Response in Afghanistan
     Introducing Programmes in Schools
     Stories of Children and Youth Affected by Drugs
     Interview with Mothers and Children Affected by Drugs
The Inclusive World of Children
Wheel for Independence
Inclusion – The Only Way Forward for Achieving the EFA Goals in Pakistan
The Mystique of Maldives: A Study of Gender and Peace

Embracing Diversity:
Toolkit for Creating Inclusive, Learning-Friendly Environments (ILFE): UNESCO Bangkok Launches New Specialised Booklet on Teaching Children with Disabilities

Regional Conference on Inclusion and Special Educational Needs

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