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  1. National Policy on Equalisation of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities

    The National Policy on Equalisation of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities has been developed in order to promote the rights of people with disabilities and to integrate them in order to enable them play a full and participatory role in society. The aim is to ensure that people with disabilities access the same fundamental rights and responsibilities as any other Malawian citizen and that they are included in all political, social and economic development initiatives in Malawi.

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  1. Strategic Plan on Disability 2004 - 2007

    In an attempt to enhance the planning function of government, the Office of the President andcCabinet (OPC) in September 2000, instructed all government Ministries and Departments to prepare Strategic Plans. The Ministry Of Social Development and Persons with Disabilities therefore developed a Strategic Plan which aims at contributing to larger frameworks such as the National Disability Policy, Malawi Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (MPRSP), vision 2020 and Millennium Development Goals 2000.

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  1. RE-THINKING DISABILITY INCLUSIVE RISK REDUCTION(.pdf)
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  1. FEDOMA Sensitises Communities on Disability-friendly Health Services

    In July 2013, FEDOMA held two sensitization meetings at Mdala Village and Kam’mata Village on 11th and 12th July 2013, respectively. The objective was to sensitize the community and persons with disabilities (PWDs)on the Equalization of Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities Act, with respect to the health service delivery for PWDs.

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  1. FEDOMA Petitions BT City Council on Accessibility of Facilities

    The Federation of Disability Organisations in Malawi (FEDOMA) petitioned Blantyre City Council (BCC) against lack of accessibility of most facilities and services provided to the public in the City of Blantyre.

    The petition gave BCC management 30 days to respond to the raised concerns, which seek to ensure compliance of Article 4, Section 8, of the Disability Act.

    The march to present the petition to the Council came after just one year after the passing of the Disability Bill which was enacted in June 2012.

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News Stories

  1. Deaf blind Malawians call for barrier free electoral process
  2. Malawi Commemorates International Day of Persons with Disabilities (2013)
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