During the initial four year-project, Connecting the Dots has delivered vocational training, transformed attitudes to disability and strengthened the work of organisations working with people with disabilities.
The project has provided vocational training for more than 300 young people with disabilities, and changed attitudes to disability by showing that people with disabilities can be valued, productive employees.
Find out more by reading our learning report, which focuses on what we’ve learned about changing attitudes, norms and behaviours within the project.
Two follow-up projects are building on the success of Connecting the Dots by increasing the number of participants and expanding to other areas of the country. You can also read an evaluation of these projects.