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DPOs and Disability-Oriented Organizations, Schools, and Agencies
  • सरकारको तीन वर्षे योजना २०६७/६८ – ०६९/७० मा अपाङ्गताको सवालमा समेटीएका नीति तथा कार्यक्रमहरु
    • नेपाल सरकारको चालु तिन बर्सिय आवधिक योजनामा पहिलो पल्ट अपांगताको बारेमा छुट्टै नीति तथा कार्यक्रम बनाएको छ बिस्तृत जानकारीका लागि प्'ग:थापना र बिकासका लागि स्रोत केन्द्र, भक्तपुरमा पनि सम्पर्क गर्न सकिने छ.
  • Adithya Education Academy
    • A community-based development agency, Adithya Education Academy is located in India and works with children with special needs, empowers women, trains & supports other local NGOs. Their aims include educating individuals to make them better equipped to utilize the opportunities of economic development, to promote social values and natural resources, and to address the needs of women, children, old-aged, people with disabilities, HIV/AIDS infected, and other vulnerable groups in the community.
  • Cambodian School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (CSPO)
    • Describes the CSPO; where students from low-income countries are able to study; and how to prescribe, manufacture, and fit artificial limbs and orthopaedic braces. One of the concepts is to reduce the reliance on outsiders' aid. The page also includes the impact and sustainability summaries.
  • International Federation of Hard of Hearing Young People
    • IFHOHYP is an international non-governmental federation for national and regional youth organizations that are dedicated to hard of hearing young people throughout the world and is independent of sex, race, religion, nationality and politics. Their greatest priority is improving the quality of life of hard of hearing youth worldwide and promoting equal rights for hard of hearing young people at all levels of society. IFHOHYP specializes in meeting the changing needs of hard of hearing young people. They raise disability awareness on national and international level through activities run by and for hard of hearing young people aged from 18 to 35.
  • Jakarta School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (JSPO)
    • This webpage introduces the The Jakarta School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (JSPO) in Indonesia.
  • National Campaign for Voting Rights in Lebananon
    • The Lebanese Physical Handicapped Union (LPHU) has been campaigning to promote the right of people with disabilities to vote in elections.
  • Organizaciones de Sordos en Argentina.
    • Organizaciones de las personas sordos en Argentina.
  • Philippine School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (PSPO)
    • This website introduces the Philippine School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (PSPO), a recently formed school in the Philippines and the fourth school of the Cambodia Trust's program. The page explains the updates on the school's progress.
  • Sebeta Special Needs Education Teachers College
    • The Sebeta Special Needs Education Teachers College, in Ethopia, is committed to producing Special Needs Education and subject area teachers who have the desired academic knowledge, sufficient professional and research skills, with democratic ideals.
  • Sparkle of the Spirits
    • Sparkle of the Spirits is an organization in Mongolia that works with special needs children. This handout provides more details about their organization in PDF and PUB format.
  • Sri Lanka School of Prosthetics and Orthotics (SLSPO)
    • Short descriptions of Sri Lanka's need for prosthetist-orthotists and the SLSPO's goals. The page also includes short video clips of a boy's first steps and a documentary about SLSPO.
  • The Cambodia Trust
    • The Cambodia Trust organization does training, physical rehabilitation, community-based rehabilitation, and job assistance. Contains links to some videos of the groups activities.
  • The Role of Organizations of Disabled People
    • This article describes the role of DPOs in providing monitoring services, promoting self-development, and offering support to persons with disabilities.
  • United Deaf Woman's Organisation
    • UDEWO is a non government, non political and non profit making organization that works to promote the rights of deaf women and girls in Uganda.
  • Vision 2020 Le droit à la vue
    • Vision 2020 Le droit à la vision est un effort mondial pour éliminer la cécité évitable d’ici à 2020. Le programme mettra toutes les organisations engagées dans la lutte contre la cécité en état de travailler de manière concentrée et coordonnée.