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Protect disability rights in Zimbabwe

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Current laws do not take into account significant cultural issues such as customs, traditional beliefs and the role of caregivers in the discrimination people with disabilities face every day.

But the African Disability Protocol does.

The African Disability Protocol (ADP) is a legal framework which requires countries to promote disability rights both domestically and across the continent. The ADP takes unique African practices and concerns into consideration to ensure that no one is left behind.

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