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Updated in EWS May 9, 2022
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The innovation of this proposal is to develop and introduce new technologies and tools to drastically scale the solution aiming to benefit 10,000+ people per year, which is x100 more than the current figure at the end of the project. These new types of digital tools will allow us to reach a mass audience well beyond Specialisterne's global clients, while building local capabilities in local businesses and partners. These tools will ensure that the impact on the development of skills of people with autism and of local clients and partners is much greater.
Country Counterpart Financing $250,000 USD
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