25th February, 2019. Press Release For Immediate Publication RE: MENTAL HEALTH BILL IN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY This press statement is released in relation to the passing of the Mental Health Bill No. 1 of 2019 through first reading in the
Disability Rights Watch in partnership partnership with SOS Children Villages Zambia and Archie Hinchcliffe Disability Intervention (AHDI) is implementing a project calledAna- Atukuke A parent from Chadiza district who has a child with cerebral palsy shared her story that
Zambia continues to be a beacon of light in the growth of democracy on the African continent. The country goes to the general elections in August this year under a new constitution that has significantly altered the electoral environment.
Barriers to Participation by Persons with Disabilities-By: Wamundila Waliuya Director Persons with disabilities usually face difficulties to participate fully and effectively in the activities and programmes in society across all sectors. This is mainly caused by the different barriers they
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Disability Rights Watch (DRW) has been advocating, with many other organisations, for the development of a new National Policy on Education which is guided by Inclusive Education principles, especially for the purpose of fully and effectively including learners with disabilities
Routine HIV testing or “Tipima”? I am compelled to contribute on the ongoing discussion on ‘compulsory’, ‘mandatory’ or ‘routine’ testing of HIV for the purpose of reducing infections and increasing the number of those who are on treatment. Consequently,
THE CBR CONFERENCE IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ZAMBIA TO SHARE EXPERIENCES AND BEST PRACTICES ON INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT REGARDING THE WELLBEING OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN COMMUNITIES. YOU ARE WELL AWARE THAT THE GOVERNMENT THROUGH THE MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT