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National Policy on Rehabilitation

Federal Republic of Nigeria Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development Country Resources disability, Disability Policies Nigeria Policy document equality, rehabilitation

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The principle is guided by the belief that the Nigerian society has a moral responsibility to cater for the needs of its citizens including persons with disabilities. Consequently, the government will give priority to persons with disabilities to enable them participate fully in all spheres of life thus removing obstacles which have hitherto hampered their active- participation and integration.

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