Autism Awareness Day: Student success stories in Doha

Millions around the world have some form of autism, but understanding of the condition behind autism remains limited. Qatar is helping to change that by investing in training and research centres so that kids can integrate into normal schools and society

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    Around 70 million people around the world have some form of autism, but understanding of the condition remains limited.

    Qatar is helping to change that by investing in a network of training and research centres so that one day children can integrate into normal schools and society.

    Al Jazeera’s science editor Tarek Bazley reports from Doha.


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