The programme started in 2011 as a three-year programme to strengthen national capacities for inclusive education. The project focused on improving access to quality education for children who are blind, and children with low vision and refractive errors. It targeted 615 children and was implemented in eight districts: the Mufulira and Ndola districts of Copperbelt Province and the Kazungula, Monze, Choma, Kalomo, Livingstone and Mazabuka districts of Southern Province.
The programme partners were the Ministry of Education, Zambia Open Community Schools, ChildHope, The Zambia Federation of Disability Organisations and Sightsavers. Publication date: January 2015.
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Read the management response and recommendations action plan (pdf)