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opzioni binarie chi paga  ADD International in partnership with the Gulu Disabled Peoples Union, Source of the Nile Union of Persons with Albinism, and Uganda National Action on Physical Disabilities has received a grant from the Big Lottery Fund to implement the Sustainable Livelihoods for People with Disabilities project in Jinja, Kampala, Omoro and Wakiso districts for a period of 24 months.

The partners are therefore recruiting staff with relevant qualifications for the following posts: as per the attached JOB Advert and JOB Description.

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Day of the African Child commemorations 2017

As Uganda commemorates the Day of the African child on 16th June 2015, Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD) joins the rest of the world in raising awareness on equal rights, opportunities of Children with Disabilities (CWDs) to access inclusive education. CWDs have a fundamental right to education. Without education, CWDs cannot fully realize their potentials like other children.

This year Theme  probabilitÃÃВâ€� ’ÂÂÂВÂ� nelle opzioni binarie “sustainable development in 2030: Strengthen protection and equal opportunities for children”, There this year’s commemoration provides a unique moment to reflect upon the special challenges faced by CWDs in Africa, and very especially to reaffirm the commitment to safeguard their rights at all times.

Growing efforts have been deployed by countries in Africa to enhance the protection of CWDs, including from the risk of violence. The life of CWDs is surrounded by stigma, discrimination and prejudice, and deep invisibility. It is also marked by violence, neglect, injury, segregation and exploitation.

For families of CWDs, heavy demands and enhanced stress, lack of social and medical support, weak access to information on relevant services and entitlements, and a deep sense of isolation aggravates high level of Vulnerability of CWDs within the household

Many of the leading causes of disability in Africa are preventable. Hence, in addition to strengthening the protection of CWDs, efforts to prevent disability should also be at the centre of national action.

UNAPD calls upon the Government of Uganda to ensure effective implementation of international/national instruments for the protection of CWDs in particular and Children in general as we move towards achieving sustainable development in 2030.

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UNAPD Update Vol 1 Issue 1 2017

I am glad to share with you Volume 1 Issue 1 of “The UNAPD Update” 2017, a newsletter for Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD) attached.

It is a forum of members, stakeholders and partners to share views, feelings, comments, experiences and updates about key issues in UNAPD and disability in general.

UNAPD is an umbrella organization of persons with physical disabilities that advocates for equalization of opportunities among all the citizens of Uganda and access to all services for her membership.

In this edition, don’t miss:

cercasi esperti trading online The Impact of Capacity Building for Sustainable Dev’t Project: Where our members gives their stories on how the project has improved their lives

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And much more

Comments are highly appreciated.

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The UNAPD Update Vol. 1 2016

I am glad to share with you Volume 1 Issue 1 of “The UNAPD Update” 2016, a newsletter for Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD) attached. It is a forum of members, stakeholders and partners to share views, feelings, comments, experiences and updates about key issues in UNAPD and disability in general.

UNAPD is an umbrella organization of persons with physical disabilities that advocates for equalization of opportunities among all the citizens of Uganda and access to all services for her membership.

In this edition, don’t miss:

seroquel quetiapine 100 mg The Overview of UNAPD’s Projects: Projects’ Coordinator Kafeero Vincent takes you through

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And much more

Comments are highly appreciated.

UNAPD Annual Report 2015

Hello Stakeholders, Development Partners, Colleagues.
I am glad to share with you UNAPD Annual Report 2015, attached.

Promoting effective Representation of PWD Councilors for Better Access to Development programs and services in Soroti and Hoima districts

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According to the Local Government Act 2010 as amended, PWDs and other marginalized groups in Uganda have to be represented at all levels of local government beginning from the L.C 1 committees, up to the district councils to have a clear platform of discussion of issues affecting them. This was intended to ensure that the specific needs of such groups (e.g. PWDs) are not ignored but incorporated at any level of planning, budgeting and implementation of service provision all aimed at having an all-inclusive social-economic development, reducing the poverty levels in the community and also live up to the disability slogan of “Nothing for Us without Us”. Such concerns include among others as access of PWDs to poverty alleviation programs, education, employment and health.

Although the process seems to be participatory, open and transparent, it’s noted with concern that the involvement of PWDs is very limited and non-existent at certain local government levels. There is general lack of meaningful representation of PWDs on decision making bodies of several committees in the districts, PWDs continue to be represented by non-disabled who take decision on their behalf which have in most cases not in their interest.

Whereas the concept of “equalization of opportunities” states  that it’s the duty of the government to ensure the benefits of development programs reach out to the disabled citizens, they continue to be marginalized in development programs  due to a number of factors such as; low education levels among PWDs leading to lack of confidence and self-expression, inadequate information access, intentionally being ignored or discriminated by local government technical teams, not being effectively represented on the committees, in-accessible physical environments where developmental  workshops are organized and held from, lack of technical knowledge to contribute towards the elite led discussions, lack of skills of effective representation and negotiation, among others.

In areas where PWDs are involved, their technical capacity to contribute meaningfully to the discussions is very limited due to their low levels of education. In the long run, this situation leads to lack of prioritization or limited prioritization of disability mainstreaming in the existing local government programs and justifies the saying that “government policies of inclusion or affirmative action in favor of PWDs have remained more on paper than in action”.

It is therefore important for UNAPD to intervene through this project to enable PWDs benefit from service delivery at local government level for an all-inclusive participatory development. In the proposed project, UNAPD will empowering PWDs  with appropriate skills and knowledge, required to effective participate in the planning and budgeting process at various levels of local government. The project among other areas of emphasis will capitalize at ensuring that empowered PWDs plan, budget and advocate for increased budgetary allocation to the education sector at the district level. This increment is targeted to offer better inclusive education services in the targeted districts such as availability of special needs equipment, recruitment or training of teachers in special needs skills, improved accessibility situation in schools, adoption of disability sports in the school sports calendars, among others.

Raising profile of PWDs in situations of risk and humanitarian emergencies in line with article 11 of the UNCRPD

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The issue of climate change is increasingly important in Uganda and UNAPD recognizes that PWDs are especially vulnerable to the impact of climate change and plans to ensure that this project addresses this vulnerability; the project is supported by Disability Rights Fund (DRF). Currently UNAPD has 5,449 registered female and male individuals scattered around the different regions of the country including Bugisu sub region. Most of these members are settled in rural mountainous areas; either depends on subsistence or commercial agriculture for their survival to improve on their household income in their rural settings. In recent years, Bugisu sub region where UNAPD’s district associations of Mbale, Sironko and Bududa are located, has suffered deadly landslides triggered by heavy rains, leaving scores dead and destroying homes and gardens of people including those of PWDs. Government of Uganda tried to respond by relocating the locals, but due to logistical challenges, vulnerability, fears of losing their ancestry, many of the locals including those with disabilities did not move and are still trapped in the prone cages of the disaster. PWDs have suffered greatly due to effects of the climate change because there is no clear mechanism by government and private actors to raise profile of PWDs in situations of risk and humanitarian emergencies as enshrined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities (UNCRPD), Article 11 which states that ‘State Parties are required to take , in accordance with their obligations under international law, including international humanitarian law and international human rights law, all necessary measures to ensure the protection and safety of persons with disabilities in situations of risk, including situations of armed conflict, humanitarian emergencies and the occurrence of natural disasters’. The UNCRPD and its Optional Protocol was signed by Uganda on 30th March 2007 and ratified on 25th September 2008 without reservations.

It is important to note that Natural disasters cause accessibility challenges to PWDs in the regions where they occur which affects PWDs full participation in society. For example the landslides that happened in June 2012 in Bunakasala parish Bududa district, left in its wake huge land gaps that cover a surface of about 35-45 meters. Such gaps are a huge challenge to visually impairment people as well as the physically disabled when it comes to mobility. Huge swathes of rocks were swept downwards when the landslides struck and this not only blocked/covered pathways but led to destruction of homes, crops, water sources, vegetables and livestock in the area thus hampering survival of residents including those with disabilities. According to the Uganda Red Cross, this heavy landslide in June 2012 occurred after a two-day downpour, 08 people went missing, 09 were injured, and 72 survived and 15 houses were buried. Despite of this information, there is no clear mention on what happened to residents with disability or how many disabilities occurred or were registered as result of the environment challenge. Although it is claimed that some residents were able to vacate in time partly in response to a distress call from fellow residents at the pinnacle of the hill, many PWDs were not able due to communication challenges for the deaf and deaf-blind as well as mobility problems for the visually impaired and physically challenged people among other disabilities.

It is against this background context based on the human rights that UNAPD desires to intervene in Bugisu sub region to try to address the plight of over 300 PWDs residents in times of disaster so that they can live a good life any other citizen. In particular UNAPD wants to conduct a baseline survey to establish the situation of PWDs in disaster prone areas of Bugisu sub region, hold a one day workshop to disseminate the survey findings and seek stakeholders inputs, print and disseminate copies of the survey report in electronic and print media, Partner with the media to raise awareness on the needs and challenges of PWDs in disaster prone areas and train PWDs in disaster prone areas on human rights and equip them with advocacy skills to demand for their  rights during situations of risk and disaster and inclusion in climate change programs in the region.

JOB Opportunity

Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD) is an umbrella organization of Persons With Physical Disabilities (PWPDs) formed in 1998 by groups of PWPDs with the aim of uniting PWPDs, advocating for their rights, fulfilling gaps that were existing in the representation of PWPDs, fighting marginalization, educating themselves on their rights and forming a Unified Voice that can uplift their standard of living. UNAPD visualizes a society where PWPDs are living dignified and productive lives. UNAPD exist to remove barriers that prevent PWPDs from enjoying their full rights in the society. http://www.swazilandforum.com/?n=corso-di-trading-per-azioni-binarie corso di trading per azioni binarie Vision: “A society where people with physical disabilities are accorded rights enjoyed by all citizens” binäre optionen broker mit hauptsitz in deutschland Mission: “To remove barriers in society that prevents PWPDs from enjoying full rights on an equal basis with other citizens”.

UNAPD wishes to recruit a Senior Projects Officer to help her in fundraising, project identification, implementation, monitoring and evaluation.

Post Title:     Senior Projects Officer

Reports to:   Projects Coordinator

Job purpose

Provide overall supplementary projects coordination, fundraising, project identification, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of project activities to ensure realization of its objectives

Duties/responsibilities

  • Coordinate the projects activities as may be assigned by the supervisor from time to time.
  • Implement the project activities such as membership mobilization, lobbying and advocacy, capacity building , networking to ensure improvement in the living conditions of PWPDs in the targeted districts.
  • Identify the relevant stakeholders who can contribute to the successful implementation of the projects.
  • Write project reports to be shared with the coordinator.
  • Develop training materials to be used during the training sessions of the members.
  • Identify the right consultants to take on the development of relevant tools to be used in the project.
  • Ensure timely utilization of project funds according to the project budget lines.
  • Undertake advocacy and promotion of the project in liaison with project stakeholders
  • Network with different stakeholders in order to influence them to promote the right of PWPDs
  • Lobby Government and other relevant stakeholders with the aim of mainstreaming PWPDs in the government policies and programmes.
  • Supervise the project officers to ensure timely and successful implementation of the activities as per their job descriptions.
  • Review the project work plans and budgets annually and share the reviewed documents with the partners.
  • Monitor the progress of the project activities in the targeted districts.
  • Create opportunity for continuous learning and sharing of information among the members.
  • Submit timely work plans, budgets, quarterly and annual reports to the partners.
  • Undertake efforts for local, national and international fundraising to ensure continuity of the on-going project and new projects.

Requirements

  • Hons degree in Development studies, Education, Social Sciences or an equivalent
  • At least 4 years working experience in project management.
  • Ability to use software applications such as word, Access, power point and excel
  • Skills in fundraising and proposal development.
  • Wide knowledge in disability integration, physical accessibility and strategies for Inclusive development.
  • Knowledge of disability and human rights is an added advantage
  • Should be within the age of  20 – 28 years
  • Ladies  with Physical Disabilities  are encouraged to apply

About the Job offer

ü  The successful person will be employed on a contract basis renewable upon satisfactory performance and extension of the project period.

ü  The job attracts a gross salary subject to statutory deductions.

ü  The officer will be entitled to a health insurance cover for the period of your contract.

ü  The official working hours are; Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 am to 5:00pm

ü  The officer will be entitled to annual leave of 30 calendar days taken in accordance with a pre- determined leave rosta

Suitable persons can send applications and detailed CVs with academic qualifications to the following address by 15th of January, 2016.

Executive Director

Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD)

P.O. BOX 959, Kampala

Email: edunapd@unapd.org/mukas20032000@unapd.org

The UNAPD Updates Volume 1 2015

Hello Stakeholders, Development Partners, Colleagues.

I am glad to share with you Volume 1 of “The UNAPD Update” 2015, a newsletter for Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD) attached.

It is a forum of members, stakeholders and partners to share views, feelings, comments, experiences and updates about key issues in UNAPD and disability.

The UNAPD Updates Volume 1 2015