10 Case studies

The following case studies illustrate the variety of ways in which persons with disabilities can be supported in using accessible ICTs to receive an education and job training skills. The case studies underline the different approaches to providing accessible ICTs for education and job skills training including:

  • A bottom-up approach (Mexico),
  • Working with local specialists to build capacity in AT (Brazil),
  • The potential of teleworking (Tunisia),
  • Building partnerships locally (POETA),
  • The potential role of free and open-source software (India) and
  • The role of international aid organizations (Kenya).