Subject: Inclusion | Reasonable Accommodation | R | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | Disability | Higher Education | Original Research | Medicine | HT51-1595 | Communities. Classes. Races
Background: Uganda has embraced inclusive education and evidently committed itself to bringing about disability inclusion at every level of education. Both legal and non-legal frameworks have been adopted and arguably are in line with the intent of the Convention on the... View more
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