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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 Dec 6
We appreciate you too Thanks for spending time with us and the lessons on social media, we are thankful
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Robert Nkwangu Dec 5
advocating for . Ensuring that no one is left behind.
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USDC Dec 6
Well done Robert. We appreciate your devotion towards the inclusion agenda.
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USDC Dec 3
Happening now,International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Nakaseke. USDC is fitting children with disabilities in adaptable wheel chairs, guests are also signing our board to advocate for inclusion.
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USDC Dec 2
Annual Disability Forum happening now in Luweero at Bukenya Foundation. Hon. Alex Ndeezi giving his remarks,emphasis is on celebrating achievements of persons with disabilities and profiling milestones @HonNdeezi
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NUDIPU Dec 2
is having the Annual Disability Forum in Luwero District today prior to the International day for Persons with Disabilities to discuss the progress made in disability development, experiences and challenges faced by and lessions learnt overtime.
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USDC Dec 2
Off to celebrate Annual Disability Forum in Luweero as one of the activities prior to the International Day of Persons with Disability- 3rd December. We celebrate all efforts towards inclusion of persons with disabilities.
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Refugee Law Project Dec 1
We need to build the capacity of community leaders & organizations, including those of people living with , to advocate for their rights.
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USDC Dec 1
Thank you for supporting persons living with HIV/AIDS and continually raising awareness on the same
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USDC Dec 1
Join us for the International Day of Persons with Disabilities' celebrations on 3rd December 2018 in Nakaseke. Don't miss out on the that will take place tomorrow 2nd December in Luweero.
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NUDIPU Nov 30
Steps from 20 years Uganda- Danish disability movement outcome harvest workshop are; 1. Design the harvest 2. Review of documentations 3. Harvest the outcomes 4.Analyse the results to answer the questions .
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USDC Dec 1
The UNCRPD provides a global policy framework to promote the equal rights to health for persons with disabilities. On the 30th anniversary of World Aids Day,we join the move to advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness
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USDC Nov 30
Earlier today Comic Relief Grant Manager,COM Chair,ED and Project Co-ordinator met to discuss progress of the inclusive education project in the North. Thanks to Comic Relief for supporting our work
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dfcu Bank Nov 20
Did you know that in a study of 545 Ugandan men, only 10.3% had good knowledge of the symptoms, and only 9% knew about the test—but 22.9% considered getting it and only 3.5% had ever undergone the test? - Source Daily Monitor. Go get checked today.
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USDC Nov 28
USDC Programme Manager and Lobbying&Advocacy Officer will be on Maama FM 101.7 FM live on air at 1:00pm-2:00pm this afternoon speaking about the International Day of Persons with Disabilities,3rd December. Please tune in and follow the conversation .
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NUWODU Nov 21
Save the date and check out these series on December 31st 6pm
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USDC Nov 21
Thank you for the inclusive poster @mtnklamarathon
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Bread for the World Nov 21
Compañeras Campesinas are a group of women in Johnston County, , who are raising awareness about —and learning about the power of in ’s .
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Kampala Metropolitan Police Nov 20
Police arrests boss as he plans to flee the country after allegedly conning millions from clients.
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ADD INTERNATIONAL-UG Nov 20
Strategizing with the National Council for Disability and Buikwe District Council for disability on how to effectively monitor and track disability inclusion in Buikwe district local government programs.
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