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Inclusive Education Glossary
This is a glossary of IE terminology developed by the University of Oregon.
Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) (Government of Lao PDR)
Useful information on education in Lao PDR can be found on the MoES website. MoES has produced several policy documents on Inclusive Education.
National IE Policy
National IE Strategy
UNESCO IE resources
UNESCO has produced several toolkits on Inclusive Friendly Learning Environments (ILFE) in English and has translated these into the Lao language.
UNESCO resources
Hesperian Health Guides Website
Various books are available at the Hesperian Health Guides website in English and Lao language that give practical information on how to support children with disabilities. Important books include Disabled Village Children (only in English), Helping Children Who Are Blind (English and Lao), and Helping Children Who Are Deaf (English and Lao).
Webpage for Lao resources
Disabled Village Children
Lao Disabled People’s Association
The Lao Disabled People’s Association (LDPA) is a membership-based organisation for people with disability advocating disability rights and providing services to members based on their needs.
Association for the Deaf
The Association for the Deaf (AFD) is a self-help association that promotes the rights of people who are deaf or hard of hearing. AFD has produced a variety of videos to help learn Lao sign language. These can be accessed on YouTube via their website:
Videos – Lao sign language
Lao Sign Language
Hand Talk Lao
Association for Autism (AFA)
The Association for Autism (AFA) is a parents’ association that raises awareness and disseminates knowledge about autism, provides education to persons with autism, and trains parents and teachers on how to support children with autism.
Big Brother Mouse
Big Brother Mouse is a not-for-profit publishing project in Lao PDR. They focus on publishing books that improve literacy and quality of life, as well as on making those books accessible, particularly in rural Lao villages.
Youtube Videos about Disability and Lao PDR
UNICEF ‘My Village’ We can do it!
Intellectual Disabilities Unit in Laos- Project Compassion 2016
Strengthening Women with Disabilities in Laos
Additional IE Resources produced by CRS Laos
Individual Education Plan (IEP) Training of Trainers (TOT) Manual
TOT Manual for creating School Gardens using Child-centered Teaching Methods
More information about the Food for Education program and external stakeholders
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) McGovern-Dole Food for Education Program
Catholic Relief Services
University of Oregon
Room to Read
Links to Organisations on Facebook
Many different organizations have Facebook pages where you can learn more about their work in Lao PDR and share information:
Let’s Include All
Association for Autism
Lao Disabled People’s Association
Association for the Deaf
Association for the Blind
Big Brother Mouse
Lao Disabled Women’s Development Centre (LDWDC)


Lao PDR Ministry of
Education and Sports