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Support and supervision

30-06-2014
Two women sitting in the field looking thru documents
© Louise Chennels
Shannon and Buzeka out in the field

Members from the Rural Ability Team fitting in some support and supervision time before a meeting with the Chief and headmen in Wilo.

Identifying people with disabilities and referring to services

The five Community Disability Workers started working in their communities on 12 May 2014.  Through door to door visits they identify people with disabilities and tell them about the Rural Ability Programme.  After only two weeks they had each identified around 20 people with disabilities.  They have started building relationships with community leaders, clinic sisters, chiefs and headmen. These relationships are crucial in enabling them to find people with disabilities who have never accessed services.  By developing these relationships they will earn the trust of the community and be seen as a resource for people with disabilities and their families.



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