In Ethiopia, support for autistic children is sparse. The few organizations that do provide services face a difficult paradox: Students require highly individualized, focused attention and low staff-to-child ratios, while most donors want to see big beneficiary numbers before they agree to give funding. A feature by Devex's Michael Igoe.
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