21 February 2013
Kenya: Parents Tipped On Disabled Kids
By Lydia Ngoolo
Parents in Migwani district have been asked to stop hiding disabled children since they have a right to education and socialisation.
"It is a pity to learn that many disabled children have been locked up in homes for fear of stigma. Having a disabled child is not one's wish," said Joseph Mulinde, leader of Migwani community youth group. He was speaking yesterday during a visit to AIC Migwani School for Disabled attended by 80 members of the group.
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