PRELAUNCH OF THE ARADI PROJECT
On the morning of September 27th, 2017, over 20 persons from several Disabled People’s Organisations, DPOs and other stakeholders stepped away from their offices and various commitments to take part in a ground-breaking event: “The Prelaunch of the ARADI Project”.
The participants were treated to a sumptuous breakfast at the Hillpark Hotel in Nairobi, while listening to presentations on the ARADI project.
Alliance for Rights – Africa towards Disability Inclusion (ARADI) is a three year project aimed at enabling civil society organisations and Pan-African disability federations to participate and contribute to key African Union decisions, policies and laws related to human rights and persons with disabilities.
THE AFRICAN UNION OF THE BLIND UNVEILS THE KENYA ARADI CAMPAIGN TEAM
On Wednesday, September 20 2017, The African Union of the Blind unveiled the ‘Kenya ARADI Campaign Team.’ This event took place at the Silver Springs Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya and brings together senior officials from several national Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs) in Kenya.
AFUB in collaboration with the African Disability Alliance (ADA) and CBM (Germany) is running a three-year project dubbed Alliances for Rights – Africa towards Disability Inclusion (ARADI) with funding support from the European Union (EU). The ARADI Programme is aimed at enabling Civil SocietyOrganisations (CSOs) and Pan-African Disability Federations (PADFs) to participate and contribute to the majority of key – African Union (AU) continental decisions, policies, and laws related to human rights and disability for both women and men. The project kicks-off in September 2017.