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Government action on disability policy: A global survey, Part II - Government replies as country profiles, Yemen.
Chamass, M. (1998, September). Sewing is seeing: The success-story of Alaf, a deaf seamstress in Yemen.
World Deaf directory - Yemen.
DeafTODAY. (2004, June 10). The intellectual terror for deaf and dumb. According to the complaint, Mr. Ahmed Al-Wajeeh, Director of the Education Office, and Mr. Aiban Al-Maktary randomly merged the two schools without taking into consideration to the educational levels of the students, leading to occurrences of problems that were totally dismissed and ignored.
Mittler, P. International experience in including children with disabilities in ordinary schools. This paper was originally prepared for a meeting organised by UNICEF to stimulate discussion on the possibilities of inclusion in Tunisia. It was written in response to a request to provide examples of countries where inclusive policies were being implemented. Most of the examples refer to countries in the Middle East or North Africa or to other French or Arabic speaking countries.
Bar-Tzur, D. Indigenous signs for cities: Yemen.