Fiji National Council for Disabled Persons New!
Their vision is “Total empowerment, equal opportunities and full participation in a barrier-free environment for all persons with Disabilities in Fiji”. And, that a fully/truly inclusive Society becomes a Reality.
RatchasudaCollege, MahidolUniversity – Founding in 1992, the college, under the leadership of DR. Jitprapa Sri-On, has made enormous strides in the development of education and research and the provision of services for Thai people with disabilities.
Bangladesh Prontibondh Kallayan Sonity (BPKS) – NFOWD is the apex federating body of NGOs working in the field of disability in Bangladesh. Established in 1991, it is registered with the Department of Social Services under the Ministry of Social Welfare and with the NGO Affairs Bureau of the Government of Bangladesh.
National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People (NCPEDP) -This site is designed to be accessible to visually impaired persons who might be using screen readers. The site is maintained by the National Centre for Promotion of Employment for Disabled People (N.C.P.E.D.P.) It aims to be a complete resource on issues pertaining to disability and offers information through the five channels listed below.
Students Talent Exchange Program, Affiliated with National Training Centre for Disabled Persons NTCDP,Al-Farabi, Special Education Complex -Still there was a vacuum, to be filled up by Self-help organizations of prsons with disabilities to develop programs for capacity-building to empower their members, including youth and women with disabilities, to take consultative and leadership roles in the community at large as well as in their own organizations and enable them to serve as trainers in the development of leadership and management skills of members of self-help organizations.
Assistive Technology Centre, Society for the Physically Disabled – The Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD) Assistive Technology Centre is organizing Singapore’s first public forum and professional workshop on Assistive Technology from 22 – 24 April 2005.
DEAFSA, formerly known as the South African National Council for the Deaf,was founded in 1929 and is a co-ordinating, umbrella organization which facilitates services to the South African Deaf and hard of hearing communties. DEAFSA currently has 9 affiliated Deaf Provincial Federations (DPF) throughout South Africa.