Contributions Of NGOS To Students With Hearing Impairments In Inclusive Secondary Schools In Sokoto State

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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1 Introduction

The concept of inclusion was conceived in 1948 with the declaration adopted by the UN General Assembly on the “International Bill of Rights” which recognises that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights (International Bill of Human Rights 1948). This declaration fundamentally seeks to deal with the issue of discrimination at all levels in every facet of society. The term inclusive education has been defined as “all students being educated where they would be educated if they did not have disability (i.e., in age- appropriate general education classes in their neighbourhood school) with necessary supports provided to students, educators, and families so that all can be successful” (Dukes  & Lamar-Dukes, 2006, p.4).

1.2 Background to the Study

The term “non-governmental organisation (NGOs)” was first coined in 1945, when the  United Nations (UN) was created.  Tanzania Non-Governmental Education Act No. 24 of 2002 defines NGOs as a voluntary grouping of individuals or organisation which is autonomous, non-partisan, non profit making which is organised locally at the grass root, national or international levels for the purpose of enhancing or promoting economic, environmental, social or cultural development or Protecting environment, lobbying or advocating on issues of public interest of a group of individuals or organisation (URT, 2002). Non-Governmental Organisation is usually independent from states and international governmental organisations (Lewis & Wallace, 2000). It is established under the support of a any religious Organization or faith propagating organization’ trade union, sports club, political party, or community based organisation; but does not include a trade, union, a social club or a sports club, a political Party, a religious Organization or a community based organisation (Katemba, 2012). According to Lewis and Wallace (2000), NGOs members are usually individuals and private associations, rather than states, and they may be formally established networks of other organisations. NGOs are highly diverse groups of organisations engaged in a wide range of activities, and take different forms in different parts of the world. Some may have charitable status, while others may be registered for tax exemption based on recognition of social purposes. Others may be fronts for political, religious, or other interests (Katemba, 2012). As people feel more and more grieved about various issues, they may form groups and non-governmental organisations as a way to indeed attempt to make their governments listen to their concerns, which also indicates that states and markets are not completely fulfilling everyone’s needs (Lewis & Wallace, 2000)

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