Author: Deaf Zimbabwe Trust

The Deaf Bulletin 2021 Issue 7

PWDs prioritization crucial during vaccination By Tinotenda Chikunya Deaf Zimbabwe Trust has called for the prioritisation of persons with disabilities in the vaccination program saying vaccine drives should deliberately target persons with disabilities in order to ensure no one is left behind. Speaking during a radio interview, DZT Media and Communications Officer Tinotenda Chikunya said […]

The Disability Observer 2021 Issue 1

“Able not disabled. Employing people with disabilities in the formal sector” By Isaacs Mwale It is estimated that 386 million of the world’s working age are people with disabilities.[1] These people have the potential to make a valuable contribution in the workforce, as employees, entrepreneurs or employers of others. Some employers have started to tap […]

2020 issue 8

Resourcing the Disability Board: Should DPOs assist? Part 1 By Isaacs Mwale In January 2018 the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare, Honorable Petronella Kagonye appointed a 17-member National Disability Board to develop policies that improve the lives of people with disabilities. The board members were selected from organisations that represent persons with […]

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