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All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development
Children With Disabilities Information Survey
Of the more than 150 million children with disabilities under age 18 around the globe, 80% of them live in developing countries and less than 10% of these children go to school.*

All Children Reading: A Grand Challenge for Development seeks to enhance early grade reading outcomes for learners with disabilities with the launch of a disability prize competition, complementing our grants awarded earlier this year to five organizations also addressing this goal.

We invite you to join our efforts to be catalytic at the nexus of disability, literacy and edtech and seek your engagement through sharing your feedback on needs, gaps and stakeholders in this survey.

Thank you!

All Children Reading; A Grand Challenge for Development Partners
(USAID, World Vision and the Australian Government)


* Assistive Technology for Children with Disabilities, WHO & UNICEF, 2015; World Report on Disability, WHO & World Bank, 2011

Name
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Organization
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email address
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PLEASE NOTE:
All questions relate only to early grade literacy in developing countries. For the definitions below we are utilizing the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNPD) classifications which includes: children who “have long-term physical, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments, which in interaction with various barriers may hinder their full and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others.”
Needs
Please list any key need(s) that prevent early grade children with PHYSICAL disabilities from learning to read?
Your answer
Please list any key need(s) that prevent early grade children with MENTAL disabilities from learning to read?
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Please list any key need(s) that prevent early grade children with INTELLECTUAL disabilities from learning to read?
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Please list any key need(s) that prevent early grade children with SENSORY disabilities from learning to read?
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Please list any key need(s) that prevent early grade children with MULTI-DISABILITIES from learning to read?
Your answer
Barriers
Please identify significant barriers limiting innovation that improves literacy outcomes for children with disabilities.
Barrier #1
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Barrier #2
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Barrier #3
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Solutions
If developing technology-based solutions to these barriers which element(s) is important to address?
Check all that apply
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What solutions or developments in this area interest you the most?
Please provide a brief description of the solution/development.
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Where has this been applied geographically (if known)?
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Stakeholders
Please recommend other organization(s) you advise we consult on this topic.
Please provide name of organization, website, and contact detail (if applicable).
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