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The disabled in South Africa

There are hardly accessible facilities in many African countries,As a result,life is especially difficult for disabled individuals as they must rely on the help of others.How are disabled individuals integrated into society and what challenges do they face?The cape town society for the blind provides a behind the scenes look.

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