The study titled- 'Disability Rights in Uganda-A Community Perspective' was carried out by the National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda-NUDIPU in collaboration with TRAC FM -an NGO that organizes public debates on policy and governance. The study aimed at finding out what people think of PWDs through radio talk shows.
Ogwang says he was studying from an inclusive school from Lango College in Lira District where he scored 12 points from PCM/ICT (Physic, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Computer). For a deaf student, this would have been enough for him to secure a government scholarship.
The draft suggests that all disabilities of persons seeking justice or involved in a crime be verified by a professional medical worker and persons living with them. It also suggests the provision of court documents in braille, large print, easy to read and soft copy to enable even visually impaired persons properly prepare for court procedures.