COVID has affected the already vulnerable families at most. Along with the medical and health crisis in Moldova, the pandemic has exacerbated the humanitarian crisis, which has led to a significant increase in the number of people living at the poverty line.
The vulnerability of the children with severe disabilities is a genuine challenge for Republic of Moldova. The weak inter-sectorial cooperation, the inaccessibility of the social services make the inclusion of the children a difficult process, which determines a series of consequences and changes that should be implemented as soon as possible.
The vulnerability of the children with severe disabilities is a genuine challenge for Republic of Moldova. The weak inter-sectorial cooperation, the inaccessibility of the social services make the inclusion of the children a difficult process, which determines a series of consequences and changes that should be implemented as soon as possible. .
Estimative 300 children with severe disabilities identified by the 2018 assessment conducted in Sangerei will be connected to assistance and inclusion services.
“Strong in differences – use of index of inclusion” project was launched. In the next months, 14 schools from Sângerei and Strășeni districts will benefit from the specialists’ support in order to promote inclusion values and transform school environment in child-friendly communities. Estimative 1500 children attending 14 schools will benefit from the project’s results.
CCF/HHC team has announced an open competition for schools to take part in the “Strong in differences – use of index of inclusion” project. The representatives of the education institutions from Sângerei and Strășeni districts have shown the interest to implement the project.
Were selected the first seven schools to participate in the project Strong in differences – use of Index of Inclusion. The school staff from the Straseni district participated in the project presentation meeting and set a mutual plan of activities for the entire duration of the project.
“Every child needs an individual approach. We should offer our children the necessary environment to develop themselves, to live and raise in a healthy society, to obtain all the abilities in order to face the challenges.” The statement belongs to Oxana Petraru, the English teacher from “Olimp” lyceum from Sangerei district.
Between June 2018 and May 2019, the CCF Moldova organization financially supported by the Embassy of Finland in Bucharest, will implement the project “Inclusion of children with hearing impairment in general education”.
A door to the world of sounds – this is what we are trying to create for 26 children with hearing impairment from 14 districts. With some of them we are working since 2016, others were referred to us by specialists this summer.
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International and national legislation declares the right of all children to accessible, quality and relevant education regardless own abilities or disabilities.
Some severe disabilities are really difficult to diagnose. This is why we would like to invite you to an on-line discussion with the specialists where you’ll find out what services are available for children with special needs.
The actors involved in the educational inclusion of children with severe disabilities are expressing their opinion about the support and encouragement these children need. The inclusion contains 3 main aspects: acceptance, tolerance and involvement.