MOSD commits to improve the quality of training provided at its institution for PWDs named Ithuseng Vocational Training Centre (IVRC). IVRC was established in 1996 and since its establishment there has not been any curriculum review. The Ministry is in the process of engaging the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to assist in overhauling this institution and capacitating the Instructors.

After training, the Ministry wishes to provide start-up kits for the graduates for them to start their own businesses but financial constraints hinder this purpose. MOSD commit to source funding for this undertaking.

The Ministry works with Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs)and institutions caring for PWDs to empower them through establishment of projects like agricultural livelihood projects (animal husbandry, horticulture, piggery and poultry). We commit to enhance these projects to ensure their sustainability.

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