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NCPD Strategic Plan and Its Operational Plan for the Implementation 2013-2018

Republic of Rwanda; National Council of Persons with Disabilities Country Resources Disability Strategies and Plans Rwanda July 2018 Policy document disability

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Description

This plan sets out the objectives and strategies for the period 2013-2018. Broadly these
cover four key areas of work that are in line with areas of NCPD responsibility.

Strategic Objective 1: To mobilise & accurately represent the views of Persons with Disabilities
Strategic Objective 2: To monitor application of laws and other instruments designed to promote
inclusion of people with disabilities in society; and conduct advocacy, with other allies, on issues
affecting the development and rights of persons with disabilities. Key Priority areas are Education;
Health; Livelihoods.
Strategic Objective 3: To participate in prevention of the causes of disability and enforce measures
adopted to help in mitigating the impact of disability (easy and subsidised access to mobility &
learning aids etc.).
Strategic Objective 4: To strengthen the networks within NCPD structures and with other disability
actors; to become a stronger, more skilled learning organisation – able to speak convincingly and
with authority on issues about disability.

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