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Disability Sport

Sport for Inclusion, Ethiopia

The Sport for Inclusion programme aims to work in nine communities in Bahir Dar and deliver safe and inclusive sport including football, athletics, volleyball, basketball, darts and Paralympic sports to a further 2,5000 young people, half of which have disabilities. On a policy level, the programmes aims to make three Government Ministries recognise the contribution that sport can make towards addressing issues faced by young people with disabilities and commit to raising community awareness and education through campaigning at community events, in areas such as road safety, HIV/AIDS awareness and sanitation by March 2016.

In partnership with the Cheshire Foundation for Inclusion. 

Access and Empowerment, Bangladesh

The Access and Empowerment programme in Bangladesh directly engages children aged 7-16 with a disability and have subsequently been denied access to school and sport activities. In partnership with one of Bangladesh's most reputable community organisations, IN supports the delivery of sport and play activities. 
In partnership with The Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP). 

“Since I joined International Inspiration I have more confidence to make decisions for myself. Disability is not inability.”

Ketty, Uganda