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          • Enable India

            Enable India is an NGO that works towards economic independence and dignity of people with disability. Enable India was founded in the year 1999 and is based out of Bangalore. To empower the disabled: visually, physically and hearing impaired. To enable the rehabilitation of People with Disabilities through supplemental education, extensive training and providing assistive aids designed for daily living, education and for the work place. (Source: Website)

          • AlManarah Association for Persons with Disabilities

            AlManarah, the Association for the Advancement of Persons with Disabilities in Arab Society, was established in 2005 with the aim of empowering people with disabilities in Arab society. They aim to enable them to exercise their natural, social and legal rights and to help them integrate into society socially and without exclusion, stigma, or prejudice. The association provides both children and adults with legal advice, emotional and social support, and enrichment. It works to realize the rights of these individuals and to reduce exclusion and promote full integration at both local and national levels. (Source: Website)

          • ASPACE Confederacion

            ASPACE's mission is to improve the quality of life of people with cerebral palsy and other related disabilities by defending their rights, supporting families, services to associated entities and institutional cooperation. It is a movement of people, families, professionals and organizations specialized in providing appropriate services and support at each stage of life, regardless of the degree of autonomy. (Source: Website)

          • World Access for the Blind

            World Access for the Blind strives to improve the quality of interaction between blind and sighted people by facilitating equal access to the world’s resources and opportunities. It is an international non-profit, non-governmental and educational organisation based in California, US. The primary work is to encourage and teach blind people the technique of echolocation for their movement. (Source: Website)
            United States of America

          • Red Apis

            Red-Apis is a company dedicated to inclusion through technological resources adapted to allow the participation and development of people with disabilities. Their mission is to provide solutions to everyday needs and promote a better quality of life for people, both in the educational, labor and civic participation. (Source: Website)

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          • Discovering Hands Germany

            Discovering hands trains blind and visually impaired women to become Medical Tactile Examiners (MTUs), who are used in the early detection of breast cancer and sustainably improve it through their special tactile skills. (Source: Website)

          • Info-Handicap Luxembourg asbl.

            Since 1993, the National Information and Encounter Service in the field of disability has been at the disposal of those affected, their families, institutions and anyone who wishes to obtain information on the subject of disability. The service is financed through a convention with the Ministry of Family and Integration. Info-Handicap functions like an association that brings together 60 (as of 2019) organizations of and for persons with disabilities that are active in many areas. (Source: Website)

          • INEE - International Network for Education in Emergencies

            The Inter-agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) is an open, global network of members working together within a humanitarian and development framework to ensure that all individuals have the right to a quality, safe, relevant, and equitable education.  INEE’s work is founded on the fundamental right to education. (Source: Website)
            United States of America

          • Rhein-Main inklusiv e.V.

            The association "Rhein-Main inklusiv" (RMi) was founded by a group of people with and without disabilities. It has its roots in the self-determined living movement, but wants to go beyond the limitations that this philosophy has regarding the inclusion of people without disabilities. The association sees its task in promoting inclusion in the areas of work, education and leisure. In this context, mobility and personal assistance also play a major role. (Source: Website)