The Uganda National Action on Physical Disability (UNAPD) is an indigenous, non-partisan, non-political, non-religious, gender-inclusive and democratic organisation in Uganda (East Africa) that brings together Persons with Physical Disabilities (PWPD). It is a membership organisation started in 1998 by and for PWPD to create a common voice in airing views, challenges, and advocacy for the rights of PWPD.
Pretty Nyamwezi is my name and I am twelve years old and living with my mother, now in primary one at special needs education Centre, Kitanga (Kabale District).
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When the Disability sports project was introduced in Lumino, it came with a number of experiences.
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As a woman born and raised in Denmark who's never been outside Europe, my knowledge about life in African countries has been very limited. Prior to my three weeks in Uganda, I thought I knew a lot about Africa. In reality, I only knew three things for sure
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.@erna_solberg: "By implementing a lockdown in March and banning travel in parts of the country, Sanna (@MarinSanna) helped to keep coronavirus case levels at one-fifth of the European Union average" #TIME100Next https://ti.me/3qR89Ie
Climate change is part of our work. Government spending and revenue policies, understanding risks to financial stability, and data are some of the ways to help countries fight and adapt to climate change #G20. Find out more http://ow.ly/cFgi50DLlxp
The F.I.E.R.C.E award will be extended to women who have made great milestones in their personal journeys as well as dedication to touching the lives of others in the various area including SRH, access to care and treatment. @unwomenuganda @UNAIDS_UG @Uganetlaw @TASOUganda
Blind date: ‘I never once attempted to check the football scores’ https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2021/feb/27/blind-date-ken-shelley?utm_term=Autofeed&CMP=twt_gu&utm_medium&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1614429687
With support from our Danish partners Dansk Handicap For bund (DHF) and Para-sport Denmark (PD), UNAPD secured funds to implement a two year project titled “Building Strategic Alliance for Disability Rights in Uganda” which will focus on three thematic areas of Livelihoods, Physical Accessibility and Disability Sports. The project is to use a strategy of […]
Leonard Cheshire (LC) which is a UK registered charity that works globally in the field of Disability and Inclusive Development received funding from Big Lottery Fund to deliver a 2 year project (Aug 2018-July 2020) entitled ‘Increasing access to waged employment for Persons with Disabilities in Kampala’. This project is implemented by Cheshire Services Uganda […]
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Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) has been overlooked by both the disability community and those working on Sexual and Reproductive Health Services (SRHS). This leaves PWDs among the most marginalized groups when it comes to SRHS, they have the same needs for SRHS as everyone else. In fact, PWDs […]
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The National Coalition Project is for a continuation of UNAPD and coalition partner’s efforts on adoption and enforcement of the Act and Bye laws and building the social movement in Rwanda in line with article 9 of UNCRPD (Accessibility). Our National Coalition Project is to build partnerships with Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA), Makerere University, […]
This is a small project funded by BlazeSports International and being implemented in collaboration with Uganda Paralympic Committee and Uganda National Action on Physical Disability – UNAPD Brief Description of proposed project and activities This project is about increasing participation of Youth with Physical Disabilities (YWPDs) in amputee soccer and physical activities with a goal […]