SPORAH TALKING TO DISABLED ATHLETES FROM TANZANIA.

Sport Is A Great Tool To Unite People

The Paralympic Games are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to change the way society views disability. And THE SPORAH SHOW wanted to hear from Tanzania sporting heroes looking at attitudes toward disabled people in Tanzania. Shockingly, the disabled people we spoke to from Tanzania felt that attitudes towards them have got worse and worse, and all have experienced aggression, discrimination, hostility and name calling from other people. 
They said, the real issues that affect disabled people on a day-to-day basis in Tanzania are often ignored. Staring from children and old people with disability, workplace, Education and public transport.

The London 2012 Paralympic Games have been the most popular ever, with record ticket sales and millions more watching on TV. The best disabled sportspeople from all around the world have lit up Britain's capital city on their quest for Paralympic glory.
 I asks whether their legacy will be a change in the way Tanzania's disabled people are treated, what do you think??
But many countries have had little or no coverage of the games. Do people outside the UK really care about the Paralympics? And have the London Paralympics changed your attitudes towards the disabled?
I genuinely believe the Paralympics will change perceptions of disability in many countries, and i hope it will do the same to the Tanzanian society in Tanzania.

HAVE THE PARALYMPICS CHANGED YOUR VIEW OF DISABILITY?

14 comments:

  1. Anonymous07:23

    Hasa daladala, ndio haziwapandishi kabisaaaaaaaa, yani Bongo ukiwa mlemavu ni shida sana dada Sporah.
    Hongera sana kwa kazi yako nzuri unayoifanya, Mungu akuzidishie.

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  2. Anonymous07:27

    Paralymic will only change people's view in Western countries but not in Africa - In TANZANIA my dear Sporah once your disable, your not value to the country. SIMPLE

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  3. Anonymous09:19

    Each one of these athletes is a hero, the courage and determination they have had to find within themselves to get to this level of competing is very humbling. Bless them all.

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  4. Anonymous09:33

    watathaminipa pale mwalimu Nyerere atakapofufuka, vinginevyo, hizi ni Story tu da sporah.

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  5. Anonymous09:43

    GAUNI LAKO SPORAH, VERY NICE.
    NAPENDA SANA STYLE YAKO DADA.

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  6. Anonymous09:48

    People with disabilities fight for services, rights, dignity and honestly, in Tanzania is ZERO++++

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  7. Anonymous12:04

    Sporah you look beautiful as always in anything you put on, that dresss.! beautiful.

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  8. Anonymous13:08

    Nakupendaje Sporah, endelea kuelimisha jamii labda kutakuja kuwa na mabadiliko.

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  9. Anonymous15:54

    Excellent job, I'm impressed, Keep it up Sporah!

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  10. Anonymous15:59

    very sad

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  11. Anonymous16:19

    Sporah, u always look so pulled together in such a classic, effortless way. It's no wonder you are able to inspire so many of us, this is so cool, you look very classic, so chic and comfy!
    I love you girl, you inspires me a lot.

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  12. Anonymous17:07

    Ndio maana nilikimbia Africa, sikutaki hata mipewe
    mamillion, kha.

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  13. Anonymous01:49

    mbona serikali inawadhamini sana vilema jamani!!!! Yani watanzania hata mbebwe mgongoni mtalalamka mpaka kula,
    IDIOT.

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  14. Anonymous03:26

    Wajinga nyie mnaiponda nchi yenu Loooooooooo.!

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