We strive to ensure ease of access of our website to all potential users, including users of assistive technologies and aids.
Our website is presently accessible but not limited to page layouts, navigation tools and meaningful hyperlinks. We aim to ensure that each user has a comfortable experience while
using the website. Our website is accessible on personal computers, desktops, mobile handsets and smartphones among other electronic devices. It is requested that all users may kindly use the latest updated version of browsers and add-ons to ensure smooth accessibility to the website content. Presently, the website can be accessed through all major browsers.
All our publications are available to users electronically through HTML and PDF format. If you face any issues accessing this content please try clearing your browser’s cache. Please ensure that the security settings of your device allow access to the content on the website.