Stereotypes, attitudes and behaviours
Government would intensify awareness raising activities in churches,mosques,schools,communities. Parents,families,communities,religious,traditional authorities, policymakers, Parliamentarians would be educated on the need to do away with  religious and cultural practices that stigmatise and discriminate against Persons with Disabilities. Rather they should embrace them as their children, siblings, parents, schoolmates, co-workers and respect their rights as members of the society.

Timeframe and/or implementation plan
It is an ongoing exercise. A communication strategy has been developed. Media, community, schools, churches are used channels of communicating disability messages​. 

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Ghana Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) was created by an Executive Instrument 1 (E.I. 1) in January, 2013 as a successor to the Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs.