children received disability-preventing health care, corrective medical care and rehabilitation.
moms, dads and grandparents received livelihood and medical services so they could better support their families.
children attended school and benefited from accessible latrines, school clubs and personalized education plans.
caregivers and community leaders received training on disability rights and how to advocate for children with disabilities.
children with disabilities participated in play, social, cultural, and sporting activities to build their confidence and resiliency skills.