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Articles from the Malawi Writers’ Workshop

BRAILLE LITERACY: AN ESSENTIAL TOOL TO DEVELOPMENT
By Ulemu Kawale

Malawi government is implementing adult literacy programs. It is however sad to note that blind women who score very low on the literacy profile in the country are not included. . …………. Click Here to download

Disability and Parenthood – The right of a person with disability to become a parent and enjoy the benefit of parenthood in the community

By Julian Priscilla Mabangwe

Very clearly more information needs to be disseminated on how PWDs can exercise their rights to become parents……………. Click Here to download

EQUALIZATION OF OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
By Maria PhalulaPersons with Disabilities should be recognized and be full participants in the planning of national programmes and services to ensure equalization of opportunities. ………….. Click Here to download
Highlighting the Existing Gaps the Ministry of Education Must Address for Comprehensive Special Needs Education in Malawi
by Erick Mcheka

When Malawi Government first introduced universal primary education in 1994, the aim was to ensure that all the children access education…………….Click here to download full article

IMPROVING INFORMATION DISEMINATION AND ACCESSIBILITY TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
By Lyness ManduwaThe study on Effective HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Information for persons with disabilities (PWDs) revealed that there was need to improve the methods, which are used for disseminating HIV/AIDS information to PWDs…………….. Click here to download full article
MAINSTREAMING CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES IN NUTRITIONAL PROGRAMMES
By Josephine NalugoThe World Health Organisation (WHO) and United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) are facilitating a number of programmes that provide for the right to health for every child…………...Click here to download full article
REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN STUDENTS’ TRAINING IN COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION IN MALAWI
By Robert Mzota KabibwaRehabilitation Technician students are being trained in CBR in Malawi. This prepares them for their CBR placement…………….Click here to download full article
THE INVOLVEMENT OF LOCAL ARTISANS IN COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION
By Daniel HodaThis document proposes the involvement of local artisans in vocational skills training for persons with disabilities (PWDs) whilst in their communities…………….Click here to download
The role of extension workers in CBR in Malawi
By Peter NgomwaProvision of rehabilitation services to Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) need to be increased and improved. This will help them to become self-reliant and integrated in their communities…………….Click here to download full article

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