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Leave no child behind: invest in the early years

Recently we published our report ‘Leave no child behind: invest in the early years‘. This report makes a […]

Accessible Information Saves Lives

Accessibility related to COVID-19 is often complicated for people with disabilities all over the world, also in Uganda. Light for […]

Annual report 2019

Every year we publish an annual report in which we briefly show what we have achieved with […]

Recycling plastic waste

In Pursat, Cambodia, health and rehabilitation services are inadequate. As throughout the rest of the world, the […]

Sign Book – prenatal care

For women in Ethiopia, Mozambique and Rwanda, a book has been developed with questions and answers about […]

Policy Paper: Access to Humanitarian Aid Post Cyclone Idai

Cyclone Idai hit Mozambique last year on the 15th of March. Light for the World, with funding from […]
Two people with a disability enjoying their work

Disability Inclusion Insight Series: Inclusion of Deaf youth

We proudly present our first publication on experiences in LABs within EmployAble II: Disability Inclusion Insight Series […]

How to communicate posters

We are happy to share with you the How To Communicate poster on inclusive communication tips that […]

The Disability Insight Series

For those interested in the inclusion of persons with disabilities in economic development, Light for the World […]

Quality of life

We are proud to present the report on the Quality of Life of Persons with Disabilities in […]

Innovate for Inclusion

A Social Innovation Lab is a space where a group of people in complementary roles come together […]

Count me in (Farsi)

Count Me In is a practical guide about inclusion of persons with disabilities in development programmes. Make sure […]

Disability Inclusion Score Card

Why this tool? Inclusion of marginalized groups in development and humanitarian projects will only be sustainable if […]

Scaling-Up Inclusive Employment

Disability can effect each and every one of us. Yet dispite all the global initiatives we have […]

Communication Matters!

Persons with disabilities often don’t have access to information and public services, but also don’t know or […]

The Resource Book: Disability Inclusion in Humanitarian Aid

This is the Resource Book on disability inclusive practices. Within this book a variety of resources has […]

Count Me In (Dari/Arabic)

Count Me In is a practical guide about inclusion of persons with disabilities in development programmes. Make sure […]

The Social Innovation Lab approach

Light for the World sets up and facilitates Social Innovation Labs.

I am Employable

Creating access to technical and vocational education for young people with disabilities.

Resource Book Disability Inclusion

This is a resource book on disability inclusive practices. Within this book a variety of resources has […]

Towards Inclusion

A guide for organisations and practitioners Inclusive development is about creating societies that value and enfranchise all […]

Disability Inclusion Lab Annual Report 2016

An overview of activities and achievements of the Disability Inclusion Lab in 2016.

Small businesses set up and run by people with disabilities

An insight into their profile and factors influencing their performance. A briefing paper based on an explorative survey of 120 small businesses in Nairobi and Kigali.

Making disability inclusion work

Light for the World Netherlands Strategic Plan 2016-2020

Her Body Her Rights

Making sex education work for young women with intellectual disabilities. A case study from Ethiopia.

Leave No One Behind

A collection of good examples and tools about how to include ultra-poor and marginalised people in economic development.

Humanitarian Aid All Inclusive

How to include people with disabilities in humanitarian action.

Leaflet Disability Inclusion Lab

The Lab can assist you to include persons with disabilities in your development programmes and business initiatives.

Inclusion works!

Lessons learned on the inclusion of people with disabilities in a food security project for ultra poor women in Bangladesh.

Count Me In

Practical guide to include people with disabilities in development projects.

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