...Empowering people with disabilities and to ensure their active participation in society.

Welcome to NASCOH

Headquartered in Harare and founded in 1969, NASCOH is the umbrella body of 70 organisations of and for people with disabilities (PWDs) in Zimbabwe, representing the mentally and physically challenged, the visually and hearing impaired, and those with conditions like epilepsy and Down syndrome.

NASCOH’s vision is to be leaders in the holistic empowerment of people with disabilities in Zimbabwe and beyond and its mission is to promote and protect the rights of people with disabilities through a well-coordinated membership.

Key objectives that guide NASCOH in achieving its mandate include lobbying and advocating for disability friendly legislation and policies, capacity building and coordinating the activities of member organisations, provision of research and information dissemination on disability, and provision of advice on disability to government and interested bodies.


Sekaurema Wafa Programme

December 13, 2019 4:00 pm

For this week's program Sekaurema Wafa we have Mr Mungoni a member of the National Disability Board.

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The final aim is to empower people with disabilities and to ensure their active participation in political, economic, social and cultural life in a way that is respectful and accommodating of their difference.

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