Nay Pyi Taw, June (27) -
Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement U AungKyi delivers an address at the ceremony to honour the real rights for the disabled related to promotion of implementation of UN Convention on the Rights of persons with Disabilities '' Inclusive education programme has brought education access to the children with disabilities. Children, who have completed special education and basic primary education from respective schools for the disabled, are now pursuing education at basic education middle, high schools and universities concerned shoulder to shoulder to ordinary children. Since 2006, the schools for the blind have got access to email and the internet and Myanmar sign language basic spoken book have been published for the deaf. Myanmar blind language written patterns book is also in the process will be taken to publish more books for the disabled ''. said Union Minister U AungKyi at the ceremony to honour the real rights for the disabled in connection with the promotion of the implementation of the United Nations Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities jointly held by the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement and Asia- Pacific organization at Sky Palace Hotel in undertaking rehabilitation and development works for the disabled in cooperation with NGOs and UN agencies, and international organizations, INGOS and wellwishers.