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          • Mais Diferencas - Inclusive Education and Culture

            Mais Diferenças was founded in 2005 by a group of activists with and without disabilities from different areas and work trajectories. It is an association qualified as a Civil Society Organization of Public Interest (OSCIP) by the Ministry of Justice and as a Human Rights Promoting Entity by the Secretary of Justice of the State of São Paulo. Its projects and initiatives are carried out through partnerships with the public and private sectors, third sector, universities, international and national organizations. (Source: Website)

          • Woord en Daad

            Woord en Daad works worldwide in 22 countries, for many vulnerable target groups. As a biblical organization they connect people worldwide, together with local partners and actors from relevant sectors. Woord en Daad aims to overcome poverty by sustainably transforming people and societies. (Source: Website)

          • Access Israel

            Access Israel, established in Israel in 1999, is the first non-profit organization in Israel whose main mission is to promote accessibility and inclusion to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities and the elderly. Access Israel strives to make Israel a place where people with various disabilities are integrated into society with dignity, respect, equal rights and maximum independence. Since its establishment, Access Israel has become a leading organization worldwide and a model for making businesses, governmental, academic and non-profit organizations fully accessible. These achievements result from a wide range of innovative projects, ongoing awareness activities and improvement of business models. (Source: Website)

          • Mphasis F1 Foundation

            Mphasis F1 Foundation is an independent charitable trust with a charter to support innovative programs that work towards the inclusive development of society. Mphasis' corporate social responsibility (CSR) works for socially excluded and economically disadvantaged groups through disruptive and tech-based solutions in the areas of education, livelihood and inclusion. The programs expand across its geographies of operation as well as disaster affected regions in India. (Source: Website)

          • Youth4Jobs Foundation

            Youth4Jobs (Y4J) is an organization which focuses on skilling and placing youth with disability in jobs. It provides a one-stop-shop, offering companies a comprehensive end-to-end solution in inclusive hiring. This ensures companies, whether private or public sector, experience the benefits of hiring of youth with disabilities in India. (Source: Website)

          • Pedagogical College Salzburg

            The Salzburg Stefan Zweig University of Teacher Education sees itself as an educational institution for people who work in pedagogical occupational fields - especially in teaching professions - and who want to professionally qualify themselves for the professional requirements. (Source: Website)

          • Sightsavers

            Sightsavers works in more than 30 countries worldwide, focusing on Africa and Asia. Their vision is of a world where no one is blind from avoidable causes, and where people with disabilities participate equally in society. They work with local, regional, national and international partners and governments. With their help, they distribute treatments to prevent disease, carry out eye operations, advocate for disability rights and improve health services to create sustainable development projects. (Source: Website)
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          • World Vision United States of America

            United States of America

          • Lilian Dibo Association


          • NLR Indonesia