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Vincent Kaduma, Point focal Tanzanie | Observatoire des bonnes pratiques

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Vincent Kaduma, Point focal Tanzanie

vincentVincent KADUMA Programme Officer, International Committee of the Red Cross Special Fund for the Disabled. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Vincent Kaduma, reside in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He is married with two children, all are boys. He is a physically disabled person as a result of polio at age four. As a polio survivor. Mr. Kaduma has quite the work experience working on disability issues in Tanzania. He works closely with the network of disabled people’s organizations and other disability organizations in Tanzania, He was appointed in 2012 as a member of CBM Livelihood Advisory Working Group and continues to lobby, advocate, and research on various disability issues, mainly livelihood and health. As a disability awareness & UNCRPD trainer at CCBRT center, he’s also involved in training health practitioners; he’s currently involved in disability research activities in Tanzania. He has contributed to various publications and policy briefs that came as a result of the various projects. He earned his Master’s degree in biblical studies, as well as several certificates in disability issues


As a member of observatory group Vincent role:

  • Dissemination of research papers on rehabilitation services to all rehabilitation services stakeholders including FATO
  • Engage with Tanzania Umbrella organisation on disabilities to help identify and enable referrals of the physical disabled to CCBRT or TaTCOT

Engage the MoH through recently formed Tanzania Rehabilitation Services platform to promote and advocate for rehabilitation services in Tanzania