The collection and documentation of “Lessons Learnt and Good Practice Examples” is an integral part of the project “Inclusive Tanzania – Inclusive Education and Political Participation of People with Disabilities through Empowerment and Capacity-Building”. This project is carried out by LIGHT FOR THE WORLD – Christoffel Development Cooperation, Austria in cooperation with the Information Centre on Disability (ICD), Tanzania and has a four year timeframe (Nov. 2005 until Dec. 2009).
The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental an Human Rights (LBI-GMR) accompanies the implementation process for the purpose of the collection of good practice examples within this project to document and analyse the experiences of this pilot project in order to share them with other stakeholders in international development.
After a field trip to Tanzania in 2008 Claudia Sprenger delivered the second report with the following two main fields of analysis: “Analysis and comparison of main developments in the rural and urban project area“ und „Exchange between grassroots and international level“ and the third report with the two main topics „The Human Rights Based Approach of MTAJU (the Inclusive Tanzania Project) and Role of the partnership of the Information Centre on Disability – Light for the World”.
Persons involved: Claudia Hüttner (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeit), Magdalena Kern (Projektkoordination – Licht für die Welt), Claudia Sprenger (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeit)
Contact persons: Karin Lukas
Lead Organisation: Light for the World
Partner organisations: Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental an Human Rights (LBI-GMR)
Project start: 11/2006
Project end: 06/2010
Project completed: Yes
Funded by: Light for the World
Team: Development Cooperation and Business