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  1. ‘Youth with disabilities have been perceived wrongly by the employers’- FEDOMA

    By Steve Beloved Kaunga

    Youth with Disabilities Network-YDN a branch of Federation of Disability Organizations in Malawi(FEDOMA) says negative attitudes about disability and discrimination on the basis of disability are the most prevalent and primary obstacles to the successful employment of young people with disabilities in Malawi...

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  1. ‘They are democratic elections if they are inclusive’-Kanyongolo

    By Steve Beloved Kaunga

    The reformation of electoral systems to ensure that disability issues are incorporated took a positive stride as FEDOMA and MEC have started developing the guidelines for inclusive elections. This was disclosed during an interface meeting that took place on Tuesday 22 September at Game Haven in Thyolo. ...

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  1. CBM, FEDOMA, MACOHA embark in IMFSL pilot project for persons with disabilities

    By Lyson Mapanga

     

    The Federation of Disability Organizations in Malawi FEDOMA in collaboration with the Malawi Council for the Handicapped MACOHA in their endeavor of improving lives of persons with disabilities, they are implementing an inclusive

     

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  1. TEVETA to promote access to vocational training among persons with disabilities

    By Lyson Mapanga

    he Technical Entrepreneurial and Vocational Training Authority (TEVETA) has come up with an affirmative action to promote access to vocational training among persons with disabilities especially the youths who have completed their Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) and they are just staying at homes so that they should pursue vocational skills in all technical colleges across the country.

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  1. Albino girl for MK3 Million cash ‘trader jailed’

    By Lyson Mapanga

    An 11 year old girl with Albinism from Saiti Village in the area of Traditional Authority Chikwewo in Machinga District was kidnapped around 9pm of Monday 5th January, 2015 by three men and she was found the following morning at Nampeya Trading Centre in the same district.

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