Children with more complex needs who may otherwise drop out or never enroll in school are supported to stay in regular classrooms, through the support of an itinerant teacher. Humanity & Inclusion initiated Togo's model in 2010, in northern Togo in Dapaong. Since then, the system has spread to a total of 10 areas, and in 3 areas HI is not the implementing partner. InBurkina Faso, it started in 2016 and has now spread to 6 different geographical areas. Depending on a child’s needs, itinerant teacher support includes additional explanation of lesson content, sign language or braille assistance, help with homework (working alongside families), and transcribing student responses to exercises and exams.