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          Your search returned 433 Organizations

          • CHAI - Catholic Health Association of India

            The Catholic Health Association of India (CHAI) is a Network of 3572 Healthcare and Social Service Institutions across India. The people of CHAI—Sisters and non-religious alike—translate the core values of Compassion, Affordability and Quality of Care into their daily work. (Source: Website)

          • Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children

            NextSense is the new brand and name for Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) and its services. NextSense is a not-for-profit organisation supporting people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision. With the support of generous donations, they deliver world-class education, cochlear implants, allied health, therapy, research and clinical services to adults, children and families across Australia. (Source: Website)

          • AKIM Israel - The National Organization for People with Intellectual Disabilities and their Families

            AKIM Israel is the national organization for people with intellectual disabilities and their families, operating as a person oriented organization i.e. it represents individuals with intellectual disabilities and their relatives while upholding human rights and freedoms. Since its founding in 1951 the association acted to realize the rights, promote a better quality of living and improve the welfare of people who have intellectual disabilities and their relatives, using legal advocacy and advocacy within the community. (Source: Website)

          • ASOPIECAD - Association of Integrated Community Education Programmes Astrid Delleman

            The organization ASOPIECAD, supported by the Christoffel Blind Mission (CBM), promotes inclusion - and thus people with disabilities in Nicaragua - through community-based rehabilitation (CBR) programs. It is based in Juigalpa in the district of Chontales. (Source: Website)

          • Salesian Polytechnic University


          • LUPD - Lebanese Union for People with Physical Disabilities

            LUPD was Founded in 1981, in the midst of the Lebanese Civil War to advocate for the inclusion, equality, and rights of people with disabilities in Lebanese society. From it’s very beginnings on Beirut’s sidewalks, LUPD has been a grassroots and non-sectarian organization led by people with disabilities. In the decades since its founding, LUPD has worked to shift government policies and the national discourse on disability from a framework of charity and exclusion to a framework of rights and inclusion. (Source: Website)

          • Enablement B.V.

            Enablement is a not-for-profit organisation specialised in Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) and Disability Inclusive Development (DID). Capacity development, research and innovation are at the heart of their work. (Source: Website)

          • Social Security Organisation Malaysia

            The Social Security Organization (SOCSO) is an organisation set up to administer, enforce and implement the Employees' Social Security Act 1969 and the Employees' Social Security (General) Regulations 1971. SOCSO provides social security protection by social insurance including medical and cash benefits, provision of artificial aids and rehabilitation to employees to reduce the sufferings and to provide financial guarantees and protection to the family. (Source: Website)

          • Lebenshilfe Salzburg

            Lebenshilfe was founded in 1967 and accompanies people with intellectual impairments in living a self-determined and fulfilled life in the midst of our society. It is courageously committed to ensuring that society recognizes people with impairments as natural and equal players and builds appropriate bridges. (Source: Website)

          • Disability and Development Foundation

            Non-Governmental Organization for development cooperation, non-profit. Since March 1980, it has been working in the disability sector, especially intellectual. Their purpose is to achieve the socio-labor inclusion of people with disabilities, thus improving their quality of life. (Source: Website)