Challengers in accommodating the needs in developing country disadvantage dating policy in the workplace
A study conducted by the African Child Policy Forum in 2009 revealed that parents of CWDS and the immediate family members are the most perpetrators of violence against CWDS.
Parents often hide CWDS and deny them of their rights thinking that they are totally helpless.
Hunger It is a painful reality that CWDS go through in their day today lives.
The data relating to CWDS are scarce and to some extent, unreliable.
However, the research study conducted by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) between November 2013 and February 2014, and also based on the estimates, the child disability prevalence is about 13% or 2.5 million people living with some form of disability in Uganda.
Lack of community mobilisation and advocacy This has been because of weak institutional framework as a result of lack of coordination between government institutions and civil society organisations of PWDs.
School related challenges The enrolment rate of CWDS in pre-primary, primary and secondary school is very low.