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MOTHERS UNITE TO COMMEMORATE CELEBRAL PALSY, RAISE AWARENESS

Botha-Bothe, August 29 — Mothers of children living with Cerebral Palsy are eagerly anticipating an upcoming commemoration that aims to both honour their children and raise public awareness about the challenges faced by those with the disorder.

In an interview with our Agency, Mrs. Mabafokeng Sefali, a mother whose child has Cerebral Palsy, shared their plans to mark Cerebral Palsy Day on October 6, 2023. She revealed that preparations are currently underway, and they are appealing to individuals and businesses to contribute in any way possible to ensure the success of the event. Mrs. Sefali emphasized that they intend to commence the day with an awareness walk, where participants will hold placards carrying messages that highlight the realities of their children’s conditions. The primary goal of this awareness campaign is to encourage the public to embrace and include

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