Presentation on theme: "Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities - The Experience of Catholic Relief Services in Vietnam Eric Eversmann Senior Technical Advisor, Education."— Presentation transcript:
Inclusive Education for Children with Disabilities - The Experience of Catholic Relief Services in Vietnam Eric Eversmann Senior Technical Advisor, Education CRS/Baltimore
Overview Timeline Beneficiaries Partners
Community Based Rehabilitation A strategy for equitable development of people with disabilities through their own efforts, their families and communities, and locally available health and social services.
Identification “a physical, mental or psychological condition that limits a person’s activities”
Integrated Services Doctors evaluate each child and make recommendations for inclusion. These are translated at the school into infrastructure, pedagogic and content adjustments.
Training and Capacity Building
Materials Development Teacher training materials developed by CRS for inclusive education of children with vision impairments in primary school.
Community and Family Awareness
In the Classroom Individual Education Plans * Circle of Friends
Who benefits from inclusive education? Families Communities Schools
Lessons Learned for Success - Time - A successful partnership between the GoV, USAID and CRS - Policy impact - Link between school environment and social environment
Thank you. CRS/Vietnam: Andrew Wells-Dang, Deputy Country Representative and Chief of Party Web address for how-to guide