Egypt Walk for Inclusion:

Access to Assistive Technologies can help millions of Persons with Disabilities to live independently and with dignity

By Noran Said and Hoda El Nahlawy

From the left, Dr Nivine El Kabbag, Minister of Social Solidarity, Michael Haddad, Regional Goodwill ambassador, Randa Abou El Hosn, UNDP Egypt Resident Representative, and Dr Ashraf Sobhy, Minister of Youth and Sports in Egypt
UNDP Regional Goodwill Ambassador, Michael Haddad during Egypt Walk for Inclusion.
Michael Haddad during Egypt Walk for Inclusion accompanied by Dr Nivine El Kabbaj, Minister of social solidarity.
UNDP Regional Goodwill Ambassador, Michael Haddad using the love sign of Deaf-mute that he learned fmo Deaf-mute participants
A girl who is using a wheelchair is participating in the walk with the minister of social solidarity and Michael Haddad, Regional Goodwill Ambassador. Members of the Dwarf football team particpated in Egypt Walk for Inclusion on the right.
(From left to right) H.E. Minister of Social Solidarity Dr. Nivine Kabbaj, H.E. Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Dr. Khaled El-Enany and UNDP Goodwill Ambassador Michael Haddad during the second part of the Egypt Walk for Inclusion towards the Great Pyramids of Giza.

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