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Submitted by Moses M Hubbard on

Disability inclusion in Sierra Leone

Disability inclusion in Sierra Leone is even more serious. The disabled Sierra Leone person may have less than 5% chances to be educated. Many as a result end up in the streets begging. Those disabled persons who are lucky to pickup learning a trade, do so all by themselves with very little family intervention. Inclusion of disabled persons into the work place is uncommon in the country. In this regard, it will be significant investment in programs for disabled persons' inclusion in a developing nations such as Sierra Leone.