IM’s local partner, Kiran Society has been working to support children with disability to provide rehabilitation and ensure their right to education by promoting inclusive education.
Through the project, Namgyal Higher Secondary School has set up a very good model on how schools can contribute towards reducing pollution and managing waste.
The bullets that hit Daniel Antonio Rivera in the back made him a wheelchair user for the rest of his life. Daniel is one of the victims of the “pandillas”, the criminal youth gangs of El Salvador. Through Humanium Metal IM is working to reduce violence and support its victims.
Humanium Metal by IM is a material made of recycled metal from seized illegal guns. The first products are expected to hit the shelves this summer, available for Swedish consumers.
In the first issue: Promoting inclusive education for children with disabilities; A Brief Study Report on Pro-Poor Laws in Nepal; Update on Partners’ Network Meetings; the International campaign 'Empowered women' to promote women role models.
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