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          • Save the Children Armenia

            Save the Children established its presence in Armenia in 1993. It has earned a high reputation for delivering quality programs for children, and establishing strong and influential relationships with government and civil society networks. According to the decision of Save the Children headquarters, the organization terminated its operations in Armenia as of July 31, 2020. (Source: Website)

          • Poses Family Foundation

            The Poses Family Foundation (PFF) is a New York City-based foundation. PFF is dedicated to bringing about significant positive impact in five focus areas, the largest being learning disabilities, through a combination of business disciplines, nonprofit expertise, funding and passion. In addition to supporting nonprofits financially, they provide them with capacity-building advising in such areas as strategic and operational planning, initiative design, talent development and management, and marketing to help them scale in a sustainable way. (Source: Website)
            United States of America

          • Bridge of Hope

            "Bridge of Hope" (BoH) is an NGO that defends the rights of children and youth with disabilities. BoH's mission is to protect their rights and dignity and to support their social inclusion in the Republic of Armenia. This inclusion is promoted by means of advocating for access to basic education, community-based services and equal opportunities for independent living. BoH was established in 1996. (Source: Website)
            United Kingdom

          • Tanzania League of the Blind

            Tanzania League of the Blind is a registered non-governmental organization that is committed to improve the quality of life of people with  visual impairment in Tanzania through lobbying and advocacy; awareness raising; information sharing; facilitating access to education and vocational training; and economic empowerment. In pursuing this mission, TLB networks with other like-minded organization and take cognisance of the cross cutting issues of gender, HIV/AIDS, environment and good governance. Tanzania League of the Blind (TLB) is the only national Non-governmental Organisation operated by the blinds and visually impaired themselves in Tanzania. It has around 35,245 members with 104 district branches countrywide. (Source: Website)

          • Vela Microboard Association

            Established in 1985, Vela Canada is a not-for-profit based in British Columbia, Canada. Vela Canada assists people with disabilities in taking greater control of their lives by exploring ideas that can lead to customized, inclusive and creative supports primarily through developing a Microboard™ or accessing Individualized Funding. There are now over 1,100 Microboards™ in BC alone, providing individuals with a self-directed lifestyle. (Source: Website)

          • Caritas Linz

            Caritas of the Diocese of Linz, also Caritas Upper Austria, is a social aid organization of the Roman Catholic Church in the Austrian Province of Upper Austria. It is part of Caritas Austria, but an independent institution and reports to the Bishop of the Diocese of Linz. Caritas for people with disabilities' core task is the support of people with disabilities in their integration into into social life. They encourage and accompany children, adolescents and adults, support them by relieving the burden on their families and by providing training and assistance for professional integration. (Source: Website)

          • DRRA - Disabled Rehabilitation and Research Association

            DRRA is one of the largest development organizations in the field of disability in Bangladesh, devoted for inclusive society. Their vision is a society where persons with disabilities and destitute can enjoy a dignified life with equity. DRRA promotes equity for persons with disabilities towards empowerment;  engaging different stakeholders for reducing discrimination. (Source: Website)

          • Humanity & Inclusion Senegal

            HI first started its activities in Senegal in 1995. Its first interventions focused on physical rehabilitation and mine clearance. Today HI has broadened its fields of action to include: maternal & and child health, inclusive education, economic inclusion of vulnerable people and people with disabilities, rehabilitation, diabetes. (Source: Website)

          • BDF - Business Disability Forum

            BDF is a not for profit membership organisation which exists to transform the life chances of disabled people, working through and with business to create a disability-smart world. They do this by bringing business leaders, disabled people, and Government together to understand what needs to change to improve the life opportunities and experiences of disabled people in employment, economic growth, and society more widely. (Source: Website)
            United Kingdom

          • Centrum DZWONI - Center for Vocational Counseling and Support for People with Intellectual Disabilities

            DZWONI Center is a professional, non-public employment agency offering free services in job placement and vocational counselling for people with disabilities as well as personal counselling for employers. The DZWONI Centre is run by the Polish Association for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities - the largest organisation in Poland, active for 55 years, supporting people with intellectual disabilities and their families. (Source: Website)