My right to a Future.

An Urgent Appeal.

Can you help disabled children in Tanzania access a good education?

A life without education condemns millions of disabled children to a future of poverty and exclusion. Right now, organisations of disability activists in Tanzania are working to fight discrimination and ensure every disabled child goes to school.

You can help disability activists make sure no child’s future is over before its begun. 

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At ADD International, we understand it’s not just about getting individual children in to school but about permanently changing the attitudes, and dismantling the barriers, that keep disabled children excluded in the first place. 

That's why we are partnering with disability activists in Tanzania to pilot inclusive pre-primary education in 252 schools across 3 different districts, and prove how sustainable change can be made.

We will use the lessons we learn to evidence effective solutions, to lobby powerholders and other development actors to invest in inclusive education and commit long term to building the capacity of schools and teachers, and tackling social stigma and transforming attitudes. There is a lot of work to do and we need your help.

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We need your help.

With your help, we want to raise enough money to pilot inclusive education in Tanzania and make the national case for all disabled children to access a good pre-primary education. 

No matter how you support 'My Right to a Future' appeal between 1 October and 31 December, your gift will be matched by philanthropists, meaning that we can reach twice as many disabled children! 

If the campaign for global disability equality inspires and moves you, then you can make it a reality this Christmas by supporting our 'My Right to a Future' appeal. 



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