After three years of activity in 6 European countries, the project “Inclusion through sports for children with developmental disabilities” ends at the end of this month. Funded by EEA and Norway Grants, this project supported 6 Special Olympics programs in the development and implementation of sports activities and health intended for children aged between 6 and 12 years.
More than 5,000 children participated in the activities of the project, some of them were distinguished by a higher level of happiness and self-confidence – according to a preliminary analysis carried out by the University of Physical Education in Poznan, a partner of the project.
Thanks to EEA and Norway Grants for believing in and supporting this project!
We are grateful to all partners who helped us make a difference and contribute to a better future of #Inclusion of children and young people with developmental disabilities: Special Olympics Bosnia and Herzegovina, Special Olympics Iceland, Special Olympics Lithuania, Special Olympics Montenegro, Special Olympics Romania, Special Olympics Slovakia, Special Olympics Europe Eurasia and the University of Physical Education in Poznan.
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The project “Inclusion through sports for children with developmental disabilities” is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation. The project is managed by Motivation Romania Foundation in partnership with Special Olympics Romania, SO Iceland, SO Slovakia, SO Lithuania, SO Bosnia and Herzegovina, SO Montenegro, with support from SO Europe Eurasia Foundation and Poznan University of Physical Education.