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  • Dignitaries during the opening of the 1st Day of the ADA Continental (Africa) roundtable (L – R) Disability advisor to the President of Zimbabwe Dr Brigadier General Felix Muchemwa, Africa Disability Alliance (ADA) Chairperson Mrs Roseweter Mudarikwa, Lesotho Minister of Social Development Hon Matebatso Doti, Zimbabwe Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Hon N.T. Goche, Swaziland Minister of Home Affairs  Princess Tsandzile and Zimbabwe Deputy Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare – Hon T.M. Muzenda – (24th September, Harare, Zimbabwe)

  • Africa Disability Alliance Chairperson Mrs Rosewer Mudarikwa presents a Disability Ambassadorial Trophy to the Zimbabwe Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare – Hon N.T. Goche during the award ceremony which took place at the official opening of the ADA Disability Continental Roundtable official opening – 23rd Sept 2014, Harare Zimbabwe

  • CBM Southern Africa Regional Director – Mr. Martin Hahn, calls for more partnership for successful mainstreming of issues of people with disabilities.  This was during the opening of the 1st day of the Continental Disability Roundtable in Harare, Zimbabwe (24th Sept 2014).  He quoted “Success has many partners and Failure is an Orphan”

  • Ministers Dialogue on disability mainstreaming focused on mechanisms put in place for disability mainstreaming, Legislative and policy framework in place to support disability mainstreaming and Budget support for disability mainstreaming.  In the picture from L – R Mr ADOLPHE PILAZA, Director of Gender Promotion, Ministry of Population, Social Protection and Women’s Promotion, Lesotho Minister of Social Development Hon Matebatso Doti, Zimbabwe Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Hon N.T. Goche and Swaziland Minister of Home Affairs Princess Tsandzile Dlamini

  • Members of parliamentarians deliberate on the role of parliamentarians in influencing disability mainstreaming (R-L – Honourable Lewis Nzimande from South Africa and Honourable Alex Ndezi of Uganda).  Also taking part in the dialogue were Senator of disability for Zimbabwe Senator N.  Mashavakure & A. Shiri (ADA Continental Disability Roundtable  – 25th September 2014, Harare)

  • Special Olympics Ms Lauren Wyndham Quin, Regional Manager Health Athletes, Calls for the signing of the Lilongwe Declaration on People with Intellectual Disabilities and Formation of the African Leaders Alliance on Intellectual Disability (24th September 2014, Harare).

  • Africa Disability Alliance Chairperson Mrs Roseweter Mudarikwa (right) calls for celebration of diversity.  She called upon all partners to ensure mainstreaming of issues of people with disabilities  - 23rd September 2014, Harare Zimbabwe

  • Setting the tone for the Continental Roundtable taking place in Harare, Zimbabwe (Malawi former Minister for Disability and Elderly Affairs, Mrs Rachel Kachaje).  She called upon the full participation of parliamentarians to ensure availability of legislation  that ensure adequate resources related to disability mainstreaming.  She further called upon Ministries of Finance to ensure that every government department includes disability component in their budget.

  • Four Ministers grace the official opening of the ADA COPDAM Program 2nd Continental roundtable, (L-R) Zimbabwe Minister of State for Harare Province Mrs Chikukwa, Swaziland Minister of Home Affairs  Princess Tsandzile representing Deputy Prime Minister, Zimbabwe Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Hon N.T. Goche, Lesotho Minister of Social Development Hon Matebatso Doti and Africa Disability Alliance (ADA) Chairperson Mrs Roseweter Mudarikwa – 23rd Sept 2014, Harare, Zimbabwe

  • ADA Communities of Practice in Disability Advocacy for Mainstreaming (COPDAM) second continental (Africa) roundtable officially opened by the Zimbabwe Mnister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare – Hon N.T. Goche on the 23rd September 2014 in Harare

Welcome

The Secretariat of the African Decade of Persons with Disabilities (SADPD) is a technical agency that has created a credible niche in the disability programming and policy implementation processes by working in partnership with the African Union (AU), governments, Civil Society and Continental/ Regional and National Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) in Africa. SADPD has also worked with academic institutions and researchers in the field of disability knowledge generation and management. The SADPD is headquartered in Pretoria, South Africa and has offices Dakar, Senegal and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Principles that Underpin The SADPD and its Work

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