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27 Mar 2024
Registration campaign for persons with disabilities in Vanuatu
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The Civil Registration and Identity Management Department (CRIM), Vanuatu Electoral Office (VEO), Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Justice and Community Services (MOJCS), and other partners have launched a campaign to increase the registration of persons with disabilities to ensure that People with Disability (PWD) are visible, have access to government services, and are enfranchised as voters. 

The country's new National ID civil registry database and population register captures information on people with disabilities so that their information can be used for planning and targeted support. 

Please find more information here. 

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