The afternoon session was presented by Nafisa Baboo, Senior education advisor for Light for the World. Nafisa shared some statistics around inclusive education and the difficulties facing those who have disabilities or special needs. Even though policies are changing toward those with disabilities and special needs, without resources, nothing can change. When thinking of inclusive education, Nafisa stated that the true meaning of inclusion is for all children regardless of abilities, learning together. Children with disabilities have the right to be contributors and not relegated to being supported or dependent on charity. She highlighted that for inclusion to work, every person has to play their part, not only the special needs educators. Some solutions that were brought to light were to identify the children with disabilities in the community, to raise awareness on inclusion and to counsel parents and families and link them to the services that they need.