Communicability Global

Inclusion for people with communication disability

What's happening?

New projects launched in April 2018

We are excited to be part of a collaborative team working on three new and innovative projects this year, improving services for people with communication disability in Low and Middle Income (LAMI) Countries.
Read more about our latest collaborations with UNHCR Rwanda, Manchester Metropolitan University, Chance for Childhood, Strive Foundation Rwanda and Empowering Children with Disabilities on our project pages.
Read more about our donors, Humanitarian Innovation Fund, Speech Pathology Australia, Manchester Metropolitan University and UNICEF Rwanda, by clicking on the donor names.

Read our latest publication

Read our latest article on Human rights of refugee-survivors of sexual and gender-based violence with communication disability' by Julie Marshall & Helen Barrett published in the International Journal of Speech-Language Pthology this year. Read it for free here

Watch our latest video

Watch the full seminar on 'Understanding sexual and gender-based violence against refugees with communication disability, in Rwanda', presented on 29th September 2017 at Manchester Metropolitan University, by Helen and Julie, here!

Our partnerships

Communicability Global and UNHCR Rwanda have been partnering on a number of projects since 2015, including working with refugee-survivors of sexual and gender-based violence, who have a communcation disability and improving identification and registration of refugees with communication dsiability. Read more about our projects here.
Communicability Global and Chance for Childhood have been working together since 2015 to improve educational and social outcomes for children with communication disability in Rwanda. Read more about our work here.



Communicability Global and Strive Foundation Rwanda have formed a new partnership for disability inclusion








Communicability Global and Manchester Metropolitan University have a MOU to work together to improve access to services for people with communication disability in low-resource settings

Connect with other organisations supporting people with communication disability in resource-limited settings

Do you work with people with communication disability in low and / or middle income countries? Are you thinking about it? Check out Communication Therapy International - they support SLTs and other professionals from high income countries to make sure their work in LMICs is as effective, ethical and sustainable as possible. Find them on twitter @comm_ntherapy, facebook (CTI communication therapy international) or on the web: www.communicationtherapyinternational.org.

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Communication is a fundamental human right