Disability prevalence statistics in Zambia vary among the World Health Organization (WHO), 2010 Census of Population and the National Disability Survey. WHO estimates indicate that 1.3 million persons in Zambia have some form of disability representing 10% of the entire population. On the other hand, the 2010 Census of Population and Housing indicates that 2% of the country’s population is disabled and 0.4% are children under the age of 14 years (CSO, 2012). The 2015 National Disability Survey gives a more comprehensive prevalence profile of disability. The survey estimates that 7.7% of the population is disabled, 10.9% are adults 18 years and above and 4.4% are children aged between 2 and 17 years. The report further indicates that data on the cause of disabilities among children as reported; 40% being as a result of birth or congenital effects and 31% due to disease/illness.