SHORT COURSE on
Disability Inclusive Development Disability Studies programme: The University of Cape Town 18th, 19th an 20th June 2013 ........read more
THE INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON CBR:(15th June to 9th August 2013) Organized by The Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation (CEDRES) at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana and ENABLEMENT in The Netherlands......Read More
Post Graduate Diploma in Disability Studies at The University of Cape Town........read more
CBR Courses at Kyambogo University, Kampala - Uganda :- ........read more
FREE online CBR courses developed by the Medical Support Department of AIFO. ........read more
The COMBRA CBR Certification Course comprises of 13 weeks of participatory learning, 4 weeks of community practicum and 1 week of examinations......Read More
CAN is an information & knowledge sharing network for Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) workers in Africa that was set up to support CBR initiatives through documentation of good practices. Through the efforts of a secretariat team in Uganda, with the support of an executive committee from 8 African countries, CAN facilitates sharing by organising conferences, writer’s workshops, encouraging formation of CBR National Associations, a website and publications that is produces. CAN information is accessible in most African countries and all over the world.
CAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CHANGES:
All partners, CBR Stake Holders and CAN Members are hereby informed that Mr. Soumana Zamo is with effect from 25th March 2013, The Acting Chairperson of The CAN Executive Committee. Any changes will be communicated in due course.
We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
SEMINAR ON DISABILITY RIGHTS TARGETING SOUTHERN AFRICA LAW SCHOOLS:
An important seminar on disability rights courses in Law Schools in southern Africa Law Schools took place in mid-February.........Read More
FIGHTING FOR NOMADS WITH DISABILITIES IN NORTHERN KENYA:
According to statistics, there are an estimated 30-40 million nomads in the world. Their culture involves a lot of movement in search of food and pasture and it's a matter of survival for the fittest. The disabled members of this nomadic communities suffer the most, with most of them dying young........Read More
CBR Section, Faculty of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation, Kyambogo University, P.O.Box 114 Kyambogo
Uganda, Tel: 0414 574462 , Email:: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com