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Black Magic and Childhood Disabilities

Marianne Clark-Hattingh, UNICEF Representative in Malaysia

24-Oct-17 15:00

Black Magic and Childhood Disabilities

According to a new UNICEF study, one in five Malaysians believe childhood disability is a supernatural occurrence. Marianne Clark-Hattingh, UNICEF Representative in Malaysia explains the study’s key findings and details its recommendations to address this knowledge gap.

Produced by: Chua Ern Teck

Presented by: Chua Ern Teck


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