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International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Every year on December 3rd, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities is commemorated with the goal of fostering empowerment and assisting in the creation of meaningful possibilities for persons with disabilities. This improves their abilities and allows them to determine their own priorities. Empowerment entails making investments in people's health, nutrition, education, and social

World Stroke Day

World Stroke Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of the serious nature and high rates of stroke and talk about ways in which we can reduce the burden of stroke through better public awareness of the risk factors and signs of stroke. It is also an opportunity to advocate for action by decision makers

National Down Syndrome Day

National Down Syndrome Day is commemorated to create awareness about down syndrome and to communicate facts about the condition. What is Down syndrome? Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder arising at conception. There is an extra number 21 chromosome (Trisomy 21) which causes delays in physical and intellectual development

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