“The Caribbean Association of National Paralympic Committees (CANPC) has a signal role to play in accentuating the advocacy of the disabled community in
Its member nations which span the English, Spanish and French speaking Caribbean and includes countries in Central and South America.” So stated Christopher Samuda, the Vice President of CANPC.

He further reinforced that:”We need to broaden and deepen the dialogue in our respective countries respecting the rights to equality and fairness of the disabled and underpin the agenda for change with legislation”

Samuda,  believes that CANPC’s remit is not limited to sport but “perforce includes social re-engineering of societies yet to embrace naturally and with any civic enlightenment the disabled community and this can be achieved through sport and other activities”

Samuda, was speaking to the recently formed “The Paralympic Voice of Jamaica”, an electronic news media publication of the Jamaica Paralympic Association (JPA) which will have its first edition come next month – April 2016.

“The Caribbean Association of National Paralympic Committees (CANPC) has a signal role to play in accentuating the advocacy of the disabled community in
Its member nations which span the English, Spanish and French speaking Caribbean and includes countries in Central and South America.” So stated Christopher Samuda, the Vice President of CANPC.

He further reinforced that:”We need to broaden and deepen the dialogue in our respective countries respecting the rights to equality and fairness of the disabled and underpin the agenda for change with legislation”

Samuda,  believes that CANPC’s remit is not limited to sport but “perforce includes social re-engineering of societies yet to embrace naturally and with any civic enlightenment the disabled community and this can be achieved through sport and other activities”

Samuda, was speaking to the recently formed “The Paralympic Voice of Jamaica”, an electronic news media publication of the Jamaica Paralympic Association (JPA) which will have its first edition come next month – April 2016.

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