Effective inclusion and participation for children with disabilities in quality education, health and social services in Zambia

The SOS Children’s Village together with its co-applicants the Disability Rights Watch (DRW), Archie Hinchcliffe Disability Intervention (AHDI) and SOS Kinderdorf Austria – as implementing partners – have integrated Covid-19 prevention measures in their ongoing activities in Eastern Province of

Terms of Reference and Call for Abstracts

Terms of Reference and Call for Abstracts

The disability movement in Zambia spearheaded by Disability Rights Watch (DRW) has been among other pertinent issues advocating for the revision of the National Policy on Education (Educating Our Future Policy), the Curriculum Development Framework, administration and marking of examination

2019 MENTAL HEALTH DAY PRESS STATEMENT

2019 MENTAL HEALTH DAY PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Recognising Legal Capacity – key to Suicide Prevention 10th October, 2019 LUSAKA -Disability rights advocacy organisations, The Mental Health Users of Zambia (MHUNZA) and Disability Rights Watch (DRW) join global observance

2019 MENTAL HEALTH DAY PRESS RELEASE

2019 MENTAL HEALTH DAY PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Recognising Legal Capacity – key to Suicide Prevention 10th October, 2019 LUSAKA -Disability rights advocacy organisations, The Mental Health Users of Zambia (MHUNZA) and Disability Rights Watch (DRW) join global observance

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON HEALTH, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL SERVICES ON THE MENTAL HEALTH BILL, N.A.B. NO. 1 OF 2019 FOR THE THIRD SESSION OF THE TWELFTH NATIONAL ASSEMBLY.

The report from the Committee on health, community development and social services highlights the concerns raised by key stakeholders on mental health. It also highlights the observations and recommendations made by the committee. Different stakeholders appeared before the committee and