The MIUSA WILD team enjoyed one evening at Diyatha Uyana everyone waring the MIUSA t-shirt. It was a fun filled evening with relaxation, shopping and enjoying the accessibility of Diyatha Uyana.
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1 Manique and Ayasana.
4 Group photograph.
5 Manique and Hemamali.
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The UNFPA Asia and the Pacific Regional Office (APRO), invited Manique Gunaratne of The Employers’ Federation of Ceylon, to participate in the Regional Consultation with GBV and Gender Actors on the IASC Guidelines on Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action at the Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn in Bangkok, Thailand in May 2018.
This meeting was co-organized by UNFPA APRO, the South Asia Disability Forum, the Special Talent Exchange Program, Women’s Refugee Commission and International Planned Parenthood Federation.
The objectives of the meeting are to:
Provide feedback and validate the outline of the IASC Guidelines on Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action
Collect existing information, promising practices and other relevant information to support the content development of the Guidelines.
Identify how organizations of persons with disabilities, gender and GBV actors in the region can contribute to later phases of the Guidelines development and roll-out process.
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1 At the hotel.
3 Table discussions.
4 At the conference.
5 Attending the conference.
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In December 2012 Ms. Manique Gunaratne of The Employers’ Federation of Ceylon Network on Disability did a presentation on “how to include women with disabilities to the mainstream of development’ at a seminar organized by the Disability Organizations’ Joint Front at Hotel Renuka. The target group was women with disabilities and women with non disabilities.
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Children with disabilities perform at the beyond the ability concert
Global Community Development Program (Incoming), AIESEC Colombo Central (AIESEC in University of Colombo), AIESEC in Sri Lanka organized “Beyond the Ability” concert at New Arts Theatre in University of Colombo. The university students organized this programme as a full day programme for children with disabilities at University of Colombo in March 2016. Children with disabilities enjoyed the morning with the university students playing and other activities where these children thoroughly enjoyed. Evening was their performances. Ms. Miranda Hemalatha trained all the children who performed at the “Beyond the Ability” concert. Ms. ManiqueGunaratne of The Employers’ Federation of Ceylon was the chief guest at this event. The programme was sponsored by Glitz. The people in the audience were really amazed by the performances of these children with intellectual disabilities.
1 Lighting of the oil lamp.
2 Chief guest’s speech by Manique
3 Children with disabilities performing.
4 Talented young children performing.
5 Dances by the children.
6 Group performances.
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