Cerebral Palsy takes on gov't

The founder of Cerebral Palsy Botswana Mysie Badenhorst is disappointed that the Botswana government has failed to implement the United Nations (UN) Convention on people living with disabilities.

In an interview with Mmegi, Bandenhorst said the country does not have laws that protect parents of children with disabilities and their children. She argued that the government was not doing enough to ensure that their well being together with that of their children was taken care off to make their lives better.

“The government keeps promising to put laws in place but it never does.

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