“the immobile become mobile” in Malawi National Initiative for Civic Education

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“Give them a chance, and people with disabilities will help to assist in development of the country at many levels of our societies. Seen here are some disabled men and women who recently joined their fellow members in Salima at a road show 4km long to the venue of this important function which was organized by the National Initiative for Civic Education.

“PET has given them mobility and that’s why they are here to make a difference.This was the first time for these men to participate and to vote since they came to this world some 20 or more years ago. Thanks you Von, Delbert with your team from Zambia, Emma and the Global Concern Trust for your hard work in assisting us in Malawi to become mobile fulfilling KODO’s vision of seeing the immobile become mobile.”

George
KODO Malawi

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