“Indeed, this 2 days conference is a wonderful platform that will allow participants to collaborate, share information, ideas and experience, and plan the best way forward to strengthen and support positive developments towards the objectives promoted by Internal Medicine Organization of the Pacific,” says Minister Akbar.

With the presence of cardiologists, nephrologists, oncologists, general practitioners and a few medical students, the conference hopes to attain a collaborative approach in the advocacy for inclusivity and empowerment of the rights of persons living with disabilities.

“Our government values the skills of our people with disabilities and to guarantee that they are included with the rest of the Fijian population, we will keep on making spaces for all to have a barrier-free society. I am glad that a relevant theme such as disability has been brought to the forefront of health professional discussions today,” said Akbar.

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