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The Ministry of Sports and Culture (MINISPOC) has signed a three year partnership with Special Olympics Rwanda to launch their commitment to improve the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities in the country.

The Ministry of Sports and Culture (MINISPOC) has signed a three year partnership with Special Olympics Rwanda to launch their commitment to improve the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities in the country.

The partnership was signed on Saturday by Minister Julienne Uwacu and Charles Nyambe, the vice president of operations for Special Olympics in Africa, at the Ministry headquarters at Amahoro national stadium in Remera.

The joint venture is aimed at expanding opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities in the areas of sports, education and health.

It is also aimed to increase awareness about the importance and benefit of inclusion of all citizens in the society hence ensuring equal access to all persons with intellectual disabilities to social protection, services and economic opportunities.

“This new partnership with Special Olympics Rwanda offers the government the opportunity to publicly re-affirm our commitment to ensuring that even the most marginalized of those with disabilities are included and respected in all aspects of life in our country,” Uwacu said after the signing ceremony.

Source: Newtimes

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