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Kenya Not doing Enough to Educate Intellectually Disabled Children

Intellectually-Handicapped-

Nairobi, Dec 4 2012 (IPS) - Kenya has made efforts to increase literacy among intellectually normal children but not much is being done to ensure that intellectually handicapped children get appropriate education.

 
 
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