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Uganda Society for Disabled Children (USDC) is an organization committed to improving lives of children with disabilities in Uganda.
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USDC Jan 7
The NBFP FY2020/21 omits children and PWDs in the key programme perfomance indicators. It is vital that government ensures that perfomance targets and indicators on children and PWDs are well spelt out to realise the desired inclusion.
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CitzensConcernAfrica Jan 7
By close of last year, 90 audited reports had been submitted by AG to for discussion, but only 18 had been discussed. The law requires timeframe of six month for discussion.
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USDC Jan 7
The CSO National Budget Framework Paper FY 2020/21 retreat is happening now in Mukono. CSBAG, USDC and several other CSOs are drafting position papers on the several sectors inclusive of education, social development, health and several others.
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USDC Jan 7
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Global Goals Nov 20
is about advocating & celebrating children's rights. As strong supporter of the , shares her message for every child: “It’s your day to take over & speak up about the things that matter to you.”
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Able Child Africa Nov 20
PROTECT | By supporting local families and organisations to break down the stigma and discrimination around disability, we ensure the protection and inclusion of children with disabilities within their communities.
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RELI Africa Nov 20
Learning is at the heart of RELI and that is why we are in Uganda for the MEL learning event. Join us for more updates as we share the great stories of change as we strive to contribute to improved learning outcomes
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USDC Nov 20
Good morning USDC Friends and Family . There's a talk show at 8.30am on Inclusive Education on NTV. Please tune in.
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USDC Nov 13
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NTV UGANDA Nov 13
NTV POLL: What can be done to ensure that people with disabilities and special needs can access the same level of education and as easy as any other person. Stream live via
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USDC Nov 13
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USDC Nov 13
NTV POLL: What can be done to ensure that people with disabilities and special needs can access the same level of education and as easy as any other person. Stream live via
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ANDY Tweets Sep 25
September being Deaf Awareness month, we at ANDY-Nairobi office have kicked out Sign Language training classes. Can you guess what our team is spelling out here?
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USDC Sep 14
It's been 25 yrs since the last Salamanca Conference that instituted the drive towards inclusive education. Several officials from all over the world including the are meeting in Columbia to discuss progress made so far towards inclusive education and plan a way forward.
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The New Vision Aug 30
One of the passengers, munches on a Ugandan fried Rolex with 'nyanya mbisi' on the , the only place where you can eat a rolex in the air. 📷:
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Barnabas Nawangwe Aug 8
I have had the pleasure to meet Mr. Ssuubi Henry Kiyimba the student who was mercilessly attacked on social media as unfit to come to Makerere. I have encouraged him to enjoy his stay at Makerere and work hard on his future career.
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RELI Africa Aug 9
Takeaway policy messages for CBC Teachers - target learners who are farthest left behind; Special needs- focus on physical&cognitive learning difficulties, ECD - Offer free quality learning &teaching materials and teacher development and support
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George Soros 26 Jun 19
In some parts of Africa, people with albinism are “in danger of extinction.” A global movement is growing to protect their rights.
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Makerere University School of Law Jul 27
Judicial Officials that participated in the training and discussion of the Draft Court Rules Governing Procedures for Handling Cases involving Persons with Disabilities. Training conducted by NETPIL/ School of Law in collaboration with the Judicial Training Institute.
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It'sMe...Mark 12 Jul 19
Replying to @AndrewMwenda
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