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Weak policies inhibiting PWD’s political participation

“there is no information to us to make sound policies that respond to the needs of the people in general and persons with disabilities because we have not invested in research.” By Lillian Banda Lack of quality data on disability issues has hindered progress with regard to developing policies that …

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CBR for Inclusive Education; Cameroon Making Strides

Children with disabilities in Cameroon as in other Low and Medium Income Countries (LMIC) experience stigma from birth and are more prone to exclusion, concealment, abandonment, institutionalization and abuse. By Mercy Nyangu Chelsea (Five) was diagnosed with profound hearing impairment and enrolled in Pre-school at home. Her elder brother aged …

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The 6thCBR Africa conference newsletters

Please download the 6th CBR Africa Conference newsletters here Day one Edition Day two Edition Day three Edition Day four Edition  

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