Integrated Programme to Promote the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Egypt
UNDAF 2007 – 2011, Outcome 1: “By 2011, state's performance and accountability in programming, implementing and coordinating actions, especially those that reduce exclusion, vulnerabilities and gender disparities, are improved.”
Joint Programme Outcomes:
Outcome 1: Support the capacities of law-makers to incorporate the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities1 into the Egyptian legal framework. Outcome 2: An implementable National Disability Action Plan is formulated and endorsed by the Government of Egypt.
Outcome 3: A pilot project targeting persons with disabilities is implemented at the community level, through a selected NGO (or a group of NGOs).
Outcome 4: Promote awareness on the rights of persons with disabilities among media and at the community level.
Joint Programme Title: Integrated Programme to
Promote the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Egypt
...RIGHTS FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
BY: MULILI FRANCIS MUTHENYA.
REG NO: 11S01 DBED 007.
COURSE CODE : EDU 433.
COURSE: SCREENING AND PLACEMENT
METHODS FOR CHILDREN AND
A TERM PAPER PRESENTED TO:
AFRICA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY.
INSTRUCTER: PAUL KIMANI (MR.)
30TH NOV 2013
Disability" means a physical, sensory, mental or other impairment, including any visual,
hearing, learning or physical incapability, which impacts adversely on social, economic
or environmental participation
All State organs and all public officers have the duty to address the needs of vulnerable groups within society, including women, older members of society, persons with disabilities, children, youth, members of minority or marginalized communities, and members of particular ethnic, religious or cultural communities. Some of the rights for persons with disabilities as entrenched in the Kenya constitution 2010 and Disability act 2003 include:-
A. Right to Education.
One of the Millinium Development goals that was arrived at in Jomtien in 1990 was Education For All by 2015. This meant zero discrimination so even the disabled have a right to education. Its clearly stipulated in the Kenya constitution 2010 that:-
(1) No person or learning institution shall...
...Jesse LopezPeriod 3
November 8th 2012
Society's View of the Disabled
Discrimination against people with disabilities is one of the greatest social injustices in our country today. Unfortunately it is also one of the least publicized and most neglected social issues in recent history. People with disabilities are generally looked at and talked about in a negative way, and are subsequently treated differently than people who are not seen asdisabled. It is hard to pinpoint the very source of many stereotypes because the issue of disability rights transcends the borders of race, ethnicity, education level, economic standing, and class issues. In fact, disabled people are generally invisible to the public. Out of sight and out of mind is the way in which people tend to deal with the injustices endured by the disabled community. The only way to confront the issue of discrimination against people with disabilities is through social awareness, education, and tolerance of those who have a disability.
One of the most elementary rights that are granted to most in our country is a public education. People who face disabilities tend to learn and grow in a way that is different than what our society typically considers “normal”. Some people take longer to learn than others, this is a fact. Just because someone learns in a way which differs from your own, does that make them any less or...
A person is disabled when some part of the mind or body does not work in traditional ways. They only become handicapped when they confront overwhelming barriers that are by architectural design or prejudicial attitudes.
When most people think of the word "disability" they instantly picture someone in a wheelchair. But there are many different types of disability. They include:
* people who are blind or partially sighted
* people with learning or intellectual disabilities
* people who are deaf or hearing impaired
* people with a physical disability
* people with long term illnesses
* people with mental health or psychological difficulties
* people with an acquired brain injury
According to the World Health Organisation, a disability is…
"any restriction or lack (resulting from any impairment) of ability to perform an activity in the manner or within the range considered normal for a human being"
Disabled people are people who are physically and/or mentally disadvantaged from doing the things that are required of normal human behavior. They may have difficulty doing things for themselves and as a result, may require the care of other people to assist them.
Access to Services
The disabled may not be able to access services due to their lack of knowledge that the service exists and possibly...
WROTE THE POEM WHEN JOINING THE WAR WAS CONSIDERED A HEROIC ACT
SOLDIER ENLISTED DURING WW1 AND SUFFERED THE BRUTALITY OF THE WAR
HAD ENLISTED FOR THE WRONG REASONS
MISUNDERSTOOD WAR FOR GAME
WHEELED CHAIR, IN AA HOSPITAL
IN A COLD PLACE WITH DARK IMAGES
IRREGULAR STANZA PATTERN (REFLECTS THE INNER STATE OF MIND)
IRREGULAR RHYME SCHEME
DECEIVING PROPAGANDA OF WAR. YOUNG PEOPLE ARE MISLED ABOUT WAR.
PHYSICAL DISABILITY DUE TO WAR
EMOTIONAL DISABILITY AND DESTRUCTION OF THE INNER SELF
STANZAS 1 & 2
A CONTRAST BETWEEN THE TWO STANZAS
THE OSCILLATION BETWEEN THE PAST AND THE PRESENT.
Introductory stanza introduces reader to the physical disability of the soldier, “legless, sewn short at elbow”
He has lost not only his hands and legs but also the meaning of life.
He is insensitive to the sounds of vigour and youth of the boys playing in the park
Feeling of morose and sadness instead of joy, ‘voices of boys rang saddening like a hymn”.
‘dark’, ‘shivered’, ‘ghastly’ and ‘grey’, reveal the isolation of the soldier
A sharp contrast between the first and second stanzas.
In the first stanza tone and mood is desolate and gloomy. It reveals the present condition of the soldier. A feeling of self-pity.
In the second stanza the soldier reminisces/goes into a flashback about his halcyon days of youth and romance. He was...
Read this essay on Egypt ! (694 Words)
Egypt is a country that is situated within the North Africa mainly. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Sudan to the south, Israel and Gaza strip to the northeast and Libya to the west and red Sea to the east.
It is one among the most populous countries in Africa and the Middle East. The best monuments in Egypt are the Giza pyramid complex and it Great Sphinx were built by the ancient civilization of Egypt. The best tourism spot in Egypt is the Red Sea Riviera. When talking about the economy, it has one among the most diversified in the Middle East.
To have a better understanding of Egypt, we shall go into the history of Egypt. Around 3150 BC, a unified kingdom was formed by King Menes that led to a series of empire that ruled Egypt for about the next three millennia.
The Egyptian culture was flourished during this period and it remained distinct in all aspects like religion, arts, customs and language. The first two dynasties constituted the Old kingdom and they have constructed most of the pyramids in Egypt.
The daily life in Egypt revolved around the river Nile and due to the yearly flooding, it several rulers. There was the Roman and Ptolemaic Egypt and the last ruler of that era were enriched the land and thus made it very fertile for...
November 1, 2012
One of the most interesting aspects of ancient Egypt is its religion. The depth of Egyptian thinking and rich imagination displayed in the creation of ideas and images of the gods and goddesses is beyond compare. On elaborating their beliefs, the Egyptians were working on the cosmic plane searching for an understanding of the most basic laws of the universe (Religion). The ancient Egyptians instilled their religion into every aspect of life including their art and architecture.
The Egyptians were humanistic, naturalistic and polytheistic in their ardent faith. They were humanistic in that they worshiped man, particularly the pharaoh; naturalistic in that they deified the forces of nature; and polytheistic in that they believed in thousands of gods and goddesses. These gods were responsible for all aspects of their existence (Cunningham). The Egyptians saw no distinction between the creator and his creation. They believed the gods to be powers, which could be manipulated by man for his own benefit. Because they believed in so many gods, the Egyptians invented rituals to praise them all. The rituals in turn affected the daily life of every Egyptian. These deities included Hathor, the goddess of beauty and love; Bes, the god of war; Anibus, the god of death; and Hapi, the god of the Nile. The Egyptians also praised animals such as, the jackal and the cat.
The Egyptians treasured life in this world and did...
...Egypt, officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a country mainly in North Africa. Egypt is thus a transcontinental country, and a major power in Africa, the Mediterranean Basin, the Middle East and the Muslim world. Covering an area of about 1,010,000 square kilometers. Located at a strategic trade location, Egypt is both a major North African economic power and thecultural leader of the Arab world. Egypt is the 30th largest country in the world.
Egypt is famous for its ancient civilization, with famous monuments such as the Giza pyramid complex and its Great Sphinx.
Cairo, the capital and largest city, is the most modern in the Middle East and Africa.
A majority of the population resides along the highly fertile Nile basin. The Nile River is also central to Egypt’s economy, as a majority of the trade activities take place along this basin.
Until the late 1990s, Egypt’s economy was highly centralized due to the economic policies of the former Presidents Gamal Abdel Nasser and Anwar Sadaat. However, during 2004-08, the country saw major economic reforms targeted towards attracting foreign direct investment.
The global recession in 2008 - 2009 forced economic reforms to take a backseat.
The economy remains relatively closed, with the dominant force in the country, the military, dominating many industries. Army-owned companies hold monopolies in sectors as diverse water, olive oil,...
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Target Country Market: Singapore
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2.0 Key Issues in Entering Market………………………………
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Porter’s five forces analysis of Australia and Singapore Food & Beverage Industry
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