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Comprehensive Pilot Assessment of the UNO’s level of Disability Inclusion using the United Nations Disability Inclusion (UNDIS) conducted by Zimbabwe Albino Association

The Zimbabwe Albino Association (ZIMAS), an organization of persons with disabilities together with Christian Blind Mission (CBM), which supported as a technical partner, undertook the assessment. A pragmatic approach to research was adopted. Nine agencies took part through focus group discussions virtual interviews. Furthermore, the UN Resident Coordinator also participated as a key informant, together …

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Youth attending vocational training at National Rehabilitation Centre in Ruwa

Our youth members enrolled at National Rehabilitation Centre in Ruwa, an institution that offers vocational training to persons with disabilities in Zimbabwe. They trained for one year courses in the following fields; Carpentry Electrical Engineering  Horticulture  Information Technology Leatherwork Technology Motor mechanics Purchasing and Supply Management they were awarded with National Certificate and National Foundation …

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Small livestock production and management training for youths with albinism.

ZIMAS in partnership with CBM under the projecttitled Improving employment opportunities for youth with albinism through comprehensive low vision services facilitated for a small livestock production and management training for youths with albinism The training was conducted at Zvikomborero farm. The practical training was conducted by Russel Guchu, Mr Kativhu from Zvikomborero farm and Dr …

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IMPROVING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH WITH ALBINISM THROUGH COMPREHENSIVE LOW VISION SERVICES.

Zimbabwe Albino Association in partnership with Seeing is Believing, CBM, Council for the Blind Zimbabwe is currently implementing a project titled IMPROVING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH WITH ALBINISM THROUGH COMPREHENSIVE LOW VISION SERVICES. The project aims to empower youth with albinism through provision of low vision services to improve their employability opportunities and their ability …

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