Therefore, it is up to all of us to watch over them as their distant relatives and allow them equal chances in governance, economic participation and general development. We must be there to support our brothers and sisters who are handicapped and find it hard to attain the daily and long-term goals of life. They too are human. They have dreams.
“A human being is not defined by bodily features rather their ability to empathize with others”.Henry’s Care Initiative Quotes
Who cares if the PWLDs are not able bodied, the most handsome or beautiful, the tallest and hottest, the smartest, who cares? We must value their input and their Human Rights to participate in economic development, education of the masses, political leadership and gender empowerment. Together, we can make their lives yet hold sense and have a better outcome.
Today, go out there and be a blessing in the lives of PLWDs.
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