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HI is working with communities and local authorities, notably by developing emergency plans, and improving emergency warning and evacuation systems. This work takes into account the specific needs of people with disabilities. The organisation is also implementing a system capable of immediately dispatching health professionals to ensure earthquake victims receive immediate care and treatment.

Resources by Handicap International

Best Practice and Lesson Learned: Reading for All Project

The USAID’s RFA program activities focused on strengthening the Government of Nepal’s (GoN’s) institutional capacity at the federal, provincial, and local levels to implement its constitutional and policy commitments to disability-inclusive education.

Service Providers Lists for Disability Related Services

This document's objective is to outline the services offered to people with disabilities. This booklet contained all of the information about hospitals and schools. government agency, a district-specific mental health counseling clinic. This guide intends to assist people with disabilities in every industry.

Mero Sikai : Mobile App

“Mero Sikai” is a Nepali Sign Language and other accessibility Mobile Application, developed within the Reading for All Program with the objective of supporting to improve the reading skill of the students with and without disabilities. This app comprises the reading skill improvement contents such as; reading/learning materials; letters, words, sentences, stories, and interactions, and the related exercises along with pictures and Nepali sign language videos.

Mero Sanket: Mobile Application

“Mero Sanket” is the first mobile app designed to accommodate the needs of deaf children learning Nepali Sign Language (NSL). Through the app, deaf children can learn NSL, enhancing their linguistic skills development, inside and outside the classroom.

Washington Group Questionnaire for Early Identification of Functional Limitations: Usage Guideline

The Washington Group Questionnaire for Early Identification is a comprehensive guide to understanding and applying the Washington Group’s definition of disability. This guideline explains the introduction of the Washington Group Questionnaire for Early Identification of Functional Limitations and its application. The questionnaire is developed for children from 2 to 9 years old.

Individualized Education Plan (IEP) - वैयक्तिक शैक्षिक योजना परिचय

"Individualized Education Plan" is a comprehensive guide to understanding, creating, and implementing Individualized Education Plans (IEPs)

Parents Counselling Guideline

Parents of children with disabilities may feel overwhelmed and alone in their journey. It can be difficult to understand how to best support their child's individual needs, as well as their own. Counselling services are a vital resource for families navigating this terrain. Counselling can offer a necessary listening ear, a safe space to express […]

Referral Services Guideline

The referral services guideline document highlights the importance of developing a clear guideline for referral service for people with disabilities and how to create a successful referral process.

Capacity Development Training for Resouce Class Teachers of Students with Intellectual Disabilities (10 Days)

This training emphasizes strategies for helping students with intellectual disabilities develop their strengths and maximize their academic, social, and behavioral outcomes. With this training, teachers gain insights into the learning and support needs of students with intellectual disabilities.

School Assessment Technical Committee Teacher Guide

This three-day capacity-building program is clearly explained in the teacher guide manuals. This training resource booklet provides the technical assistance needed by the school to identify children's functional limitations at the school level.

School Assessment Technical Committee Teachers Resource Material

The purpose of this resource material is to assist teachers in leading a three-day capacity-building workshop. In order to expedite the referral process to the school and parents for a second-level medical assessment when needed, this training resource manual offers technical support to the school for the early detection of children's functional limits at the school level. Inclusionary education, early screening, the Student Assessment Technical Committee (SATC), individualized education plans (IEP), and many other topics are included in this publication.

10 days Braille Teachers Guide

The teacher manuals provide clear instructions on how to conduct the 10-day capacity-building programs for visually impaired students. This manual covers topics such as inclusive education and disability, braille and pre-braille activities, devanagari braille writing, unified English braille, education materials, the Nemeth braille code, and many more.

5 days Early Grade Reading Braille Teachers Guide

This Teacher guide manuals provide clear guidance on how to prepare 5 days capacity building training for visually impaired students which includes lessons plans that are simple enough for teachers to apply then into their class.

5 days Early Grade Reading Nepali sign Language Teachers Guide

This teacher's guide manual provides clear guidance on how to conduct five days of capacity building training for primary students who are deaf or hard of hearing. This manual includes lesson plans that help teachers conduct interactive training for the students.
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