By Binod Basnet, Nepal
I was selected as one of the participants for Australia Awards “Inclusive Education in Practice Delivery 3” in 2018. We were hosted by QUT where I learned that inclusion in education is a collaborative choice to eliminate social and environmental barriers to facilitate learning for everyone. Not accommodating the individual learning needs of students meant disabling students to meaningful learning experience. When I returned to Nepal, I found that many students in a marginalized community of fishermen were absent from class during the rainy season. This was because students could not cross the flooding river to reach the school, which was across the river. So, my team and I installed an internal networking system where students could have access to remote education from various locations.