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My Unexpected teachers by Nomakwezi Gocina

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Uploaded on Apr 9, 2010

Nomakwezi's husband died, leaving her with 5 children to care for. Added to this, her sister and her sister's child became her responsibility after her sisters debilitating depressing left her unable to work or care for her child. Amanda has albinism and her sight and hearing are very poor. Nomakwezi relates her lessons in learning to be a good mother to Amanda. She advises other parents to stand up, and be good parents to their children, irrespective of the way the they look or their abilities.. This story was made at a 5-day workshop in 2009 organised by the African Decade of Persons with Disabilities, in association with WomensNet and the Association for Progressive Communications.

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