MCCID Deaf Teacher Lectures in ICT Writeshop

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MCCID Deaf Teacher Lectures in ICT Writeshop

This activity aims to craft a second Joint Circular Memorandum of DOST-ICT Office and National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA) on Information and Communications Technology. The three-day event was facilitated by Ms. Moira Enerva, a Public Information Associate working on the new Access to Information Policy of the World Bank.

Aside from DOST-ICTO and NCDA, other government agencies that made a representation include the Department of Trade and Industry, TESDA, Department of Education, National Library and Department of Social Welfare and Development. Disabled Peoples Organization members who participated include Resources for the Blind, Philippine Blind Union and ATRIEV.

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On the final day consolidation of all the inputs of different government agencies and PWD groups were made including with the inclusion of use of video relay services for the deaf, use of audio controls for hearing aids, interpreted online application of government forms and promoting the use of Filipino Sign Language.

The draft Joint Circular tackles the relation of ICT and its assistance to access basic health care, employment, information dissemination, education and social services. After the writeshop activity, it will then be presented for consultation to various targeted government agencies and requests for their comments and suggestions. The final document will then be submitted to the department secretaries of DOST and DSWD for signature.

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