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Disability & ICT Strategy

Department of Communications, Republic of South Africa Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans South Africa 15 January 2013 Policy document strategy

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Disability & ICT Strategy

This document outlines a systematic approach to facilitate the mainstreaming of disability in the ICT sector. The objective of this strategy is to improve access to services and opportunities through facilitating the evolving concepts of universal design, universal access and ICT for all to ensure persons with disabilities benefit from new and existing services, products and technologies.

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Disability & ICT Strategy
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