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          • Lebenshilfe Graz and Surroundings - Voitsberg

            Lebenshilfe Steiermark is the largest interest group for people with disabilities and their relatives in Styria. The member organizations in the Styrian regions accompany and support over 4500 people with disabilities. (Source: Website)
            Austria

          • Leonard Cheshire Disability

            Leonard Cheshire is a charity reducing the barriers to independent living, learning and working that people with disabilities face around the world. It runs develpment projects around the world. The charity supports disabled people through local care services including residential homes, supported living, domiciliary support, day services, activity centres, respite care, transition services, and employment and skills support. It also runs political campaigns on issues affecting disabled people. (Source: Website)
            United Kingdom

          • Keystone Human Services International - Moldova Association

            Founded in 2004 by Keystone Human Services International, Keystone Human Services International Moldova Association (Keystone Moldova) aims for the social inclusion of individuals living in difficult social situations, including people with disabilities. (Source: Website)
            Moldova

          • MECP-Z - The Madrasa Early Childhood Programme Zanzibar

            The Madrasa Early Childhood Program assists underprivileged communities in the establishment, development, and management of preschools; offering professional development and training courses to new and practicing preschool teachers and providing tailor-made technical support to preschools, civil society, government and private organizations. (Source: Website)
            Tanzania

          • MIUSA - Mobility International USA

            Founded in 1981, Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a disability-led non-profit organization headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, USA advancing disability rights and leadership globally. MIUSA is a cross-disability organization serving people with a broad range of disabilities. (Source: Website)
            United States of America

          • Light for the World Austria

            Austria

          • Corporaci├│n Ciudad Accesible

            Ciudad Accesible is a non-profit organization that obtained its legal status in 2000. The idea arose due to the lack of information about disability in Chile. It seeks to equalize development opportunities for people with disabilities through design and universal accessibility in spaces for public and private use. (Source: Website)
            Chile

          • Inter Vlaanderen

            Inter is a center of expertise in accessibility and Universal Design. They give accessibility advice from design to realization, make events accessible, give trainings, advise governments and do research on the accessibility situation in Flanders. (Source: Website)
            Belgium

          • Fight the Stroke

            FightTheStroke.org is a foundation that supports the cause of young stroke survivors and children with Cerebral Palsy. FightTheStroke exists to answer to the need for knowledge and support for families impacted by the management of a young stroke survivor and with a disability of Cerebral Palsy, to educate to the awareness that children, even those not yet born, can be affected by potentially disabling brain damages; to inspire the new generations and encourage research and adoption of 'disruptive' therapies. (Source: Website)
            Italy

          • Keystone Human Services, KAS - Keystone Autism Services

            KHS supports people to live their best lives in the community. It part of a global movement to support people with disabilities as they leave congregated, segregated settings and move into homes in the community full of meaningful opportunities to explore their interests, pursue their dreams, and achieve their goals. KAS provides services for adults and sdolescents with autism spectrum disorder. (Source: Website)
            United States of America