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Social inclusion Swimming / Social Inclusion

There is a huge social exclusion and discrimination among deaf and blind children. They are excluded sections of the society with society's misperception that they are the 'Breed Apart'. In Cape Coast, Ghana there are more than 5000 deaf and blind children who are pitied, ignored, vilified and hidden away in institutions, homes or on the streets. This project is trying to reduce these barriers, reach these children and provides more than one thousand (1000) of these children with a voice by encouraging them to stay in school through the use of swimming and giving them a unique access to the sport of swimming. There is the need for inclusion.

Client / Manufacturer

ANOPA Project

ANOPA Project
Cape Coast, Ghana

Design

ANOPA EV

ANOPA EV
Cape Coast, Ghana