EquallyAble is considering various options to be engaged in the very important work of providing accessible transportation options to students with disabilities in developing countries. Stay tuned for more information in the coming day.

Towards this ends, we are happy to see the release of “Bridging the Gap” by Access International. An international team has brought together research, case studies and interviews with heads of schools in the Americas, Africa, and Asia in order to create a stronger case for the provision of transportation to help address the long-standing problem of millions of children with disabilities failing to attend school in developing countries. Transportation to and from school needs to be more fully explored in order to provide an effective supplement to initiatives for more inclusive schools with better trained teachers and onsite accessibility features.

EquallyAble is considering various options to be engaged in the very important work of providing accessible transportation options to students with disabilities in developing countries. Stay tuned for more information in the coming day.