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Childhood Disabilities: Video Training Pakages for Parents Education. ©UNESCO 1993
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Childhood Disabilities: Video Training Pakages for Parents Education

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UNESCO projects based in Malawi, Uganda and Sri lanka; the rationale for using video to train parents and community workers to work with children with developmental delays. All disabled children can learn and be integrated into their family and community. The project explains the principal stages in video packages: local task force, production, field testing and dissemination.

on this subject: UNESCO policy brief 'Inclusion of children with disabilities: the early childhood imperative'

Place/Country: Malawi, Sri Lanka, Uganda
Series: Childhood disabilities
Type: Documentary
Credits: Roy McConeky, director ; Sally Allan, director. UNESCO Special Education Unit, producer. National Institute of Education, Sri Lanka, co-producer.
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