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COMMUNITY ACTION RESEARCH ON DISABILITY IN UGANDA (CARD)

About CARD CARD is a project born out of the association between Professor Sally Hartley and the staff of the former UNISE at Kyambogo Uganda.This association originally took the form of a linkage with the Centre of International Child Health at the University of London. The Linkage related to the …

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NORWEGIAN ASSOCIATION OF DISABLED (NAD) DOCUMENTATION AND RESEARCH IN CBR PROJECT

What is the Documentation and Research in CBR project? The Documentation and Research (D&R) Project in community based rehabilitation (CBR) programmes is a new in-region project currently being implemented in Malawi (since 2010), Uganda (since 2011) and Zambia (since 2012) project supported by NORAD and the Atlas Alliance through the Norwegian …

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The Fifth CBR Africa Conference: Kenya 2015

  Conference Theme: A  Bridge to Inclusive Society beyond the 2015 Development Framework Date :  1st – 5th June 2015 Venue :   Kenyatta International Conference Center, Nairobi Kenya List of Participants: CLICK HERE to download list of participants Conference Resolution: CLICK HERE to download The 5th CBR Africa Conference Resolution   Conference Presentations – DAY …

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The Fourth CBR Africa Conference: Nigeria 2010

Conference Theme: Linking CBR, Disability and Rehabilitation Date :  26th – 29th October 2010 Venue :  Nicon Luxury Hotel, Abuja Nigeira List of Participants:   CLICK HERE to download list of Participants Conference Resolution:   CLICK HERE to download The 4th CBR Africa Conference Resolution

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The Third CBR Africa Conference: South Africa 2007

Conference Theme: CBR: Inclusive Policy Development and Implementation Date :  29th October – 1st November 2007 Venue :  Birchwood Hotel and International conference Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa List of Participants:  CLICK HERE to download list of Participants Conference Resolution:  CLICK HERE to download The 3rd CBR Africa Conference Resolution  

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The Second CBR Africa Conference: Malawi 2004

Conference Theme: CBR as part of Community Development Date :  31st August – 3rd September 2004 Venue :   Kalikuti Hotel,Lilongwe, Malawi List of Participants:  CLICK HERE to download list of Participants Conference Resolution: CLICK HERE to download The 2nd CBR Africa Conference Resolution  

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The First CBR Africa Conference: Uganda 2001

Conference Theme: A  participatory Strategy in Africa Date :  10th September – 14th September 2001 Venue :   UNISE (Faculty of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation, Kyambogo University) Kampala, Uganda List of Participants:  CLICK HERE to download list of Participants Conference Resolution:CLICK HERE to download The 1st CBR Africa Conference Resolution

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Articles from the Sierra Leone Writers’ Workshop

ADDRESSING THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF DISABILITY IN SIERRA LEONE By Maada J.  FuadPWDs encounter a lot of consequences, such as discrimination and abandonment,   labelling them by their disabilities like cripple, one-legged man, one-eyed woman and so on…………… Click Here to download CHALLENGES VISUALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN GO THROUGH WHEN THEY LACK …

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Articles from the Uganda Writers’ Workshop

ENABLING THE DISABILITY COMMUNITY TO FULL PARTICIPATE IN WORSHIP IN PUBLIC PLACES By Miiro MichaelThe right to association and religious participation in Uganda is a human right to everyone, Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) inclusive………….. Click Here to download PARENTING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM By Susan AlamaiParenting is an exciting process that is …

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Articles from the South Africa Writers’ Workshop

Community Based Rehabilitation as a vehicle of empowerment for people with disabilities in accessing equitable Health Care By Mncedisi Christian Lodwyk MdunyelwaThe point of departure of this document is two fold: Firstly, it explains why CBR can be used as tool to facilitate equitable and quality health care for PWDs and …

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