The Special Olympics Unified Sports and Youth Leadership Programs, promote inclusion in schools and in the community. Though many of the special units are located within the primary schools, most of the time the respective learners rarely interact with each other. But the Special Olympics Unified Sports becomes an avenue to promote social inclusion in the schools by providing opportunities for the learners with intellectual disabilities and their peers without intellectual disabilities to play together in one team. Many teachers and learners with and without intellectual disabilities have attested to the ability of the Unified Sports and youth leadership programs to promote acceptance, dignity, tolerance as well as creating inclusive and respective communities.