During their visit, representatives from the KFPD had the opportunity to visit schools for the disabled and see the disability schools’ learning and curriculum for students with disabilities, extra-curricular activities, the role of volunteers, life skills provisions and opportunities, play and sports grounds, rehabilitation facilities and more. Though there is still a big gap in education provisions, we are working hard to apply the fundamental pedagogies and approaches to facilitating progressive learning.

The image above shows a meeting in discussion about how performance arts and extra-curricular activities can support education. This visit was made possible through invitation by Handicap International.