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Susan Sabano

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Leader Susan Sabano from 2022 Leaders Africa.

Project Officer, Uganda National Association of Cerebral Palsy

Uganda

Susan Sabano is the project officer at Uganda National Association of Cerebral Palsy, a non-governmental organization where she advocates for economic empowerment and inclusive employment of people with cerebral palsy. She believes that by gaining economic empowerment through employment, people with cerebral palsy can live independent lives and be included in the community without discrimination. Susan is passionate about creating awareness around disabilities as a way to bring about inclusion and understanding for all.

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