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NEC Reviews 1st Draft Policy
On Persons With Disabilities

The National Elections Commission, (NEC), through its Gender Section, is conducting the first in a series of a two-day regional workshop in Tubmanburg, Bomi County, to review and strengthen the NEC Draft Policy for Persons Living with Disabilities.
The NEC Draft Policy seeks to develop a strategic action plan to increase the participation in the electoral process for Persons Living with Disabilities.
According to NEC, the workshop is under the theme, “Working together to promote equal access for OPWDs whilst increasing their participation in the electoral process.”
A NEC statement issued Monday, October 4, 2021, said the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) with funds from the Irish and Swedish governments are collaborating with the Commission Gender Section to conduct the three separate two-day workshops from the October 4-12, 2021.
Nearly 60 representatives from Bomi, Grand Cape Mount, Gbarpolu and Montserrado Counties representing Persons with Disabilities and Civil Society are currently participating in the Gender workshop in Tubmanburg.
The second in the series of workshop for persons with disabilities will be held in Ganta, in Nimba County with representatives from Grand Gedeh, Lofa, Maryland, River Gee and Bong counties from October 7-8, 2021.
The third Gender Section workshop will take place in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County for representatives from Rivercess, Sinoe, Grand Kru and Margibi Counties from October11-12, 2021.

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