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Disability Inclusive Development - DID Kenya (TO20)

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Programme Data Last Updated: 02/06/2021

IATI Identifier: GB-CHC-218186-PIN20L3I3-DID-TO20-KE


Promoting inclusive Early Childhood Development in Kenya. The aim of the intervention project is to develop affordable contextually-appropriate – and hence scalable and sustainable – inclusive ECDE approaches to improve learning, educational and developmental outcomes for all children but specifically for children with disabilities. The project will take place over two years and six months, starting with a three-month inception period from February 2020. Sightsavers is leading the project working with Humanity and Inclusion, the Institute for Development Studies, UK, Leonard Cheshire International and Sense International in implementation. The partnership with DPOs will also be central to the development and implementation of this project. The intervention project will be piloted in selected six pre-primary schools in Homa Bay and three pre-schools in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Turkana County. If successful, the model will be scaled up across other schools and Counties of Kenya. This is an innovation task order as defined under the DID programme; it is intended to undertake a scale task order upon completion, based on the evidence generated.

Status - Implementation More information about Programme status
Programme Spend More information about Programme funding
Implementing Organisation(s) More information about implementing organisation(s)
  • Handicap International UK
  • Institute of Development Studies
  • Sightsavers

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