South Africa struggles to educate disabled children

South Africa's government estimates that more than 600,000 disabled children are not getting an education because of inadequate resources and the stigma surrounding their condition. Experts say the disability is often viewed as a curse.

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    South Africa's government estimates that more than 600,000 disabled children are not getting an education because of inadequate resources and the stigma surrounding their condition.

    Experts say the disability is often viewed as a curse.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports from Orange Farm, South Africa.


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