Training and knowledge Material needs to be developed in local languages – A request from Malawi, Africa.

Such reading materials can be important for local communities to understand issues on disabilities if DPOs used them in local langues. Literature can effectively transform the way we think and the way we hold attitudes towards persons with disabilities if only we understand and contextualize what we learn from the wider world. Hence, the need to communicate in local langues.

Here’s the link to the file: Shared from WPS Office: Shared from WPS Office:

Author: Msenga Mulungu, Parents of Disabled Children of Malawi (PODCAM), Malawi.

I work for Parents of Disabled Children Association of Malawi (PODCAM). My role is to advocate for rights of Children with disabilities through their parents.

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