Mapping and Recommendations on Disability-Inclusive Education in Eastern and Southern Africa

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A study on disability inclusive education maps the progress of countries in Eastern and Southern Africa region in advancing inclusive quality education for all children, with a particular focus on children with disabilities at pre-primary, primary, and lower secondary levels.

The study includes a review of inclusive quality education policies and practices in ESAR to identify successful practices, innovative approaches, and gaps.

A young boy uses blocks of wood to count in Primary 1 at Rubingo Child Friendly School in Gasabo District on the outskirts of Kigali, the capital of Rwanda.

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