Mon, 16 Jan
Inclusion Ghana is happy to announce the publication of a new resource developed for parents of persons with intellectual disabilities, the Self-Help Kit. A core intervention of Inclusion Ghana is the development and support of parent self help ...
Inclusion Ghana has focused extensively on the right to health care and you will be able to see our latest intervention in health facilities across Ghana. Combining feedback from over 300 health professionals, parents and persons with ID, Inclusion ...
Inclusion Ghana has completed its final training of health professionals as part of the Access to Health Care Project for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities funded by Star Ghana. Over the past few months more than 300 health professionals have ...
Inclusion Ghana is excited to announce that we have received a grant from STAR-Ghana to work towards the long term sustainability of Inclusion Ghana and its network. This grant will cover several exciting initiatives within our network, including ...
Inclusion Ghana has developed a unique relationship with the Utah Valley University. Students in the Digital Media class have developed a series of radio messages and a video animation, which canvass the issues faced by persons with intellectual ...
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