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Kiribati National Disability Policy and Action Plan 2018-2021

Government of Kiribati Country Resources disability, Disability Policies Kiribati 24 September 2018 Policy document

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The Kiribati National Disability Policy and Action Plan 2018 – 2021 (KNDP) provides the framework to guide the work of all stakeholders in implementing the CRPD. The GoK KNDP 2018 – 2021 is also mandated to promote and achieve the GoK’s inclusive development efforts aligned with its 2016 Motinnano and KV20. This policy has been driven by people with disabilities working with government and partners across many sectors. The KNDP reflects the leadership and advocacy of Te Toa Matoa (TTM) in bringing on board many stakeholders to understand that disability inclusive development requires deep and genuine attitudinal, societal, structural and institutional change. "

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