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Bold women can tackle the workplace challenge of disability

‘Women with disabilities generally still don’t have the representation they need’ Image: Sightsavers

Gertrude Oforiwa Fefoame
Global Advocacy Advisor, Sightsavers
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Sylvia Kalibeera with her hearing impaired student Rachel Akuguzibwe, during a knitting class at Kamurasi Demonstration School, Masindi.
Sylvia Kalibeera, a teacher at the Kamurasi Demonstration School in Uganda, with her hearing impaired student Rachel Akuguzibwe, during a knitting class Image: Sightsavers
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