As a photographer, I have been inspired by my elder sister, who got impaired when she got cerebral malaria that left her deaf and deformed her lower limbs. Regardless of her challenges, she has managed to be creative and productive by making crafts, bags, sweaters, masks, doormats, etc.
Because of this, I decided to advocate for change towards People Living with Disabilities by telling their stories through documentary photography to cause awareness and advocate for inclusiveness, i.e. in public roads, public toilets, easy access on buildings, sports, entertainment, etc.
The photo exhibition titled “We Can Do It” aims to inspire, educate, sensitize everyone about invisible and visible disabilities – Isaac Henry Muwanguzi
The photos will be displayed at the exhibition at the NOMO gallery for the general public to interact with on the 17th. 12. 2021
The exhibition will highlight challenges faced by People Living with Disabilities
"Come join us at the Nomo Gallery, view the photos, and be part of the cause how you can. The exhibition wants to advocate for inclusion for all those with disabilities." @Zocolgroup#IDPD #EveryoneIncluded #CRPD #NBSMorningBreeze #NextCom #MakingDigitalWork pic.twitter.com/0PU5oIjmbh
— NBS Television (@nbstv) December 3, 2021