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very good work that really adds value,keep up same.

Internet opportunities are graved for with discreetion.I look forward for a time among the many opportunities that attend my way to break into,just, the ‘chance’ that would enhance my status and sharpen my professional perspective.The greater profit would be to inject it into rural comunity growth and peace.

is there a program that help disabled low income in u.s. get a laptop?”

post polio

This is a very helpful site for the Blind looking fo rfor research jobs my email address is hamanyanga.miyoba-2@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk please help me get subscribed by we can do.

Respected Sir,

I am senting my biodata with this e-mail. I am 45% orthopediclly disabiled person. I have compleated BLISc(Library Science) course. I am working as an Asst:Librarian in Gokulam Medical College TVM, Kerala, India since june 2007. If, any sutable job opportunity in your country, kindly inform me as soon as possible.

Thanking you

Yours faithfully

RENJITH KUMAR K R

I want a regular emial alart for sponsorships

want to participate in any of your training the trainers .

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dear sir, i am blind persons please subcrif me.

to whom it concern

sir, i would like to sign in for receiving emails
alrets related to conferences and for materials related to disability. thnak you sir

I would like to apply for internship in your organization.Am a third year student at kenyatta university pursuing aBachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Geography.

this nagesh i am doing my research on higher education and
disability. i would like to know any agency will fund for my studies. i am person with disability(OH). I WOUL;D LIKE to subcribe to me any studies related to my area.
i am very thankfull to you sir

We want be a part of we can do as NGO.

Gautam Buddha Jagriti Society, Uska Bazar, Siddhart Nagar

Travel support to attend a conferance abrode

I AM PHYSICALLY CHALLANGE PERSON IN HEARING IMPARMENT. MY E-mail ID ngdchaturvedi@in.com

I AM THE PRESIDENT OF THE ALBINOS IN SEMEGAL I WOULD LIKE TO BE REGISTRED AND HAVE ALLTHE INFORMATION TO JOIN ALL YOUR ACTIVITES I GET THE INFORMATION FROM CHRISTOPHER FRIEND IDP i am right knom at the senior management training in south africa i will be back to senegal at oct 34

Hello,
I am the Executive Director of the Voice of the Voiceless Foundation, Ghana. We work in the interest of vulnerable women and children in rural communities. People with disabilities is an integral part of our objectives. We would like to join this network share ideas and participate in conferences.

all of them making full

We are a Community-based Cameroonian Organization, working with children,families and under served communities living the English-Speaking Region of cameroun,now seeking for your collaboration and support to our human development projects and programs.
We shall feel much obliged by your high services putting our organization in direct touch with donor organizations working in partnership with grassroots organizations in developing countries, like cameroon to help eradicate poverty,famine,….etc

it there any chance to write my application for employment or job

Happy to note about “we can do”. Interested to get the updates. I am working in this field since 1882 covering planning, teaching, implementing, documenting etc.

Looking forward for working together which enhances our capacities.

I am working for the CBR at all levels. We are planning to hold International Conference on CBR for the Empowerment of the PWDs. I am interested to reach more stakeholders with our announcement. Please suggest me the ways to reach the professionals, GO, NGOs, DPOs, CBOs and others working for the welfare of the PWDs.

Looking forward for better networking in reaching the targets.

with thanks

Regarding CBR International Seminar you can reach me by

Dear all,

I am looking for a job/internship opportunity in the field of human rights of persons with disabilities in Dakar-Senegal. I kindly request your suggestions, any contact names for the local or international human rights and disability organizations/projects in Dakar. I will be more than happy to provide further information to those who are interested to help.

Best regards,

Elif

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i want what kind of project u’r agencies funding i am also physicall disable person

i have strated NGO, i need finacial support for serives to the people who are living with HIV/AIDs and TB

Thanks & Greetings from Villupuram. You webvsite is too brief and useful, but not access easily. So Kindly furnish more details about fund giving to India.See our Website too.

Assalam o Alaykum.
I am Siddique Ahmad From Pakistan
I am Founder & Executive Director Of Ahsas Disabled People Organization. Organization Working for PWD’s in Pakistan.
We shall feel much obliged by your high services putting our organization in direct touch with donor organizations working in partnership with grassroots organizations in developing countries, like Pakistan
to help PWD’s.

For further details visit our website

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dear respected sir/madam,
is it possible to infrom me the conatact
details of bangladesh office as well as
contact no of handicap bangladesh .

it will be very helpful for me.

king rgds

ahmed

Dear All,
Iam looking for a job a well as School in your instituton

hi jeff thanks for the link on human rights in mental health in kenya please keep me posted and likewise i will to nice chating to ya and will chat more again regards DEANO xxxp.s the website is my freinds who i do stuff forxx

hi jeff the site i told ya about is http://www.elemental.org.uk and marion aslan is the founder as well as olga reciman please take a look when ya have time or any one on this site take care every one and regards from manchester england LOVE DEAN SMITH xxx

Hey. I’m Deaf. I have a student and class 10th.
I want an B.A. Who are you. I

Of course its a innovation and place of information and information sharing

Greetings from Hands of Compassion(HOC)
we gone through your site, we are appriciating
about your concern about disables. We are also workingwith disables in Andhrapradesh.
we need your support to implement more programmes
for disablepeople.So if there is any chance please give opprtunity to us.Please include our organization in your mailing list.

Dear sir, I would like to sign in for receiving emails
alrets related to conferences and for materials related to disability. Thank you

We are the NGOS making a programme on children health can your organisation help us for that

we want to know how you help the Organization for their plook forward sytaying in touch and exploring the possibilities of cooiperation. MalikIQBAL Hussain
nATIONAL oFFICE :12 Meel Kabirwala Punjab Pakistan

I am Andrea Shettle, editor of the We Can Do blog where you recently left a comment. (Your comment is included below.)

Thank you for your interest. However, please understand that there is no association between We Can Do and the many conferences, opportunities, resources, organizations, etc. publicized at the blog. This blog is NOT an organization. We Can Do is merely a conduit for passing along information from a great many sources. It is operated entirely by one person –me. And I do this entirely in my own free time, outside of my many other obligations. I receive zero funding for this activity and have zero funding of my own. Consequently, I am unable to assist directly or respond to individual inquiries. Instead, I encourage you to explore the We Can Do blog on your own at https://wecando.wordpress.com to find the information or resources that interests you.

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we are also with you as partner and to work with the tthe community based issue.
Malik Iqbal

we are living in communiuty , which isvery narrow minded and rligious extermist . we have no right to cadt vote in general , becaue this is our tradition say our forefather what we do with the people there is need to work and start community EDucation. Miss Bushra Kabirwala

I am a deaf person who lost my hearing power at the age of childhood. I have opened a kindergarten school for deaf children to have given the necessary education freely. but my capacity is very limitted.Is there any thing that you can contribute for this nobel deeds? the informative site like this is very helpful.

I wish apply for master courses in electrical engineering option communication for session october 2010
but I don’t enough money to pay the fees for my
courses is there any help from the university of leeds

We are working with deaf children and other orphaned children in need of care and protection. please help us meet their needs and realize their dreams.

Gokinia community CBO Kisii, Kenya.
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i would like to get news and job adverts

Application for Assistance/Partnership Assistance for Development Programs.

Dear Sir/Madam,

Warm greetings from GOBINDAGANJ DABALOY SCIENCE CULB.
This is our pleasure to introduce DABALOY,which is an established in 2005 with the collaboration of some like minded educated and energetic social workers with an aim to promote the socio-economic, cultural and environmental status of the coastal, rural and urban poor people through (main activities) awareness raising, organizing, institution building, capacity building, capital formation and undertaking felt-need based problem solving and rights based activities, which are sustainable, sound in respect of social, economical, cultural and environmental by adopting modern and scientific technologies, where DABALOY acts as a catalyst. The main beneficiaries are: the poorest of the poor, hardcore poor, landless farmers, etc. especially poor women (widows, divorced, husband separated, tortured etc.), poor children, adolescents, disables, street children, child laborers etc. who are from low caste Hindu, aborigines, tribal, Muslims, Christian etc. The main objectives are: poverty alleviation, promote education, economic development, social development, cultural development and environmental development and social justice, social harmony, democratic values and human rights establishment. The main working areas are: remote and hardship rural areas like coastal belts, chars (islands), waterlogged/low-lying areas, disaster prone areas etc. which are situated in the southern part of Bangladesh which are far from Capital city and Upazilla Towns, urban areas: slums, street sides, launch ghats, bus stands, etc. where very poor people are living, (conditions) who are the hardcore poor and vulnerable and suffer from illiteracy, ignorance, capacity, ill health, professional skills, modern technology, unemployment, food deficiency, malnutrition, and who are exploited, deprived and tortured in different respects, who are the victims of human rights violation, democratic rights violation, legal rights violation etc. and who have no decision-making capacity or power, who are isolated and unorganized. DABALOY emphases the women, disables and children for its programs, so, about 90% beneficiaries are women, disables and children. About 70% of the beneficiaries are living under subsistence level and leading a miseries and painful life in the coastal, rural and urban areas. The main professions are: selling physical labour, rickshaw pulling, boat oaring, share croppers, fishing, small trades, maid servants, pushing carts, coolies, selling fishes, rice etc. The main causes of poverty are: high rate of disasters and every year cyclone, tornado, over flood, excessive rainfall, tidal bore etc. destroy the standing crops, and other resources. So, high poverty is existed in the project areas. There is no employment opportunity for the poor people in the rural areas and urban areas, because, they are illiterate and have no professional skills. DABALOY has an efficient management with sufficient staffs and expertise and policy making body. Under these conditions, the lives of the poor people are too difficult and painful. The literacy rate of the poor people is about 18% but among the women it is only about 8% or less. Due to illiteracy and ignorance, they lead a very traditional life, where existing high rate of social barriers, religious barriers, superstitions, religious dogmatism, fundamentalism, male domination, social domination etc. Women have very less opportunity to go out of the houses due to high social barriers. So the conditions of the women are very painful and tragic. They become DABALOY the victims of trafficking, torturing, abuse, divorce, polygamy, deprivation, acid violence etc. DABALOY has been working for those people and has been trying to improve their lives in the society through making them aware, organized, build their institutions, greater solidarity, unity, capacity building, skills development and involving in different economic and productive activities. So, the activities of DABALOY is highly accepted and appreciated by the local people, administrations and government departments, because, DABALOY has considerable contribution in the field of rural and urban development. Now people are aware, educated, organized, capable and skilled in different respects, so, they want to do something for income earning, which will help to lead a favorable life in the society. They have realized the causes of poverty and their position in the society. So, they want to realize their rights and legal demands from the society through joint actions but they have limitations and the organization has also limitations. We think we should promote their actions through supporting financially and morally to establish them in the society; otherwise, they could never improve their conditions. So, we are soliciting to the benevolent donor agencies, personnel and institutions for supports. We are especially requesting support in the areas of human rights promotion, democracy promotion, social activities, economic activities and capacity building activities, HIV/AIDS prevention activities, trafficking and women violence prevention activities, child labour prevention activities and also education activities, so, they could be able to realize their rights, improve social and economic conditions and go a head to improve their lives. We cordially hope, the benevolent donors will extend their helping hands and cooperation to improve the lives of the hardcore poor people through different development processes. Please extend your kind helping hands and cooperation and help us to work for the poor people to establish them in the society with having rightful shares of the resources, human rights, legal rights, legal justice, social harmony etc. It would be highly appreciated, if you would kindly visit our project areas. Please send your prescribed guidelines and application formats and other related information, which will help us to get your benevolent supports for the poverty alleviation and human rights establishment. We are enclosing herewith the profile of DABALOY, which will give a clear picture of our initiatives for the poor people.

Anticipating your cordial cooperation and looking forward to hearing from you soon.
With best wishes and kind regards,

Sincerely yours,

Proff.Tapash Dev
Director

I am Catholic Christian poor girls I want to complete my study but I facing finical problems after the death of my father.Moreover we are living in a village so I wnt to study and to our Christian poor families.there is nobody to support me.I am looking for my futher in order to remain unmarried to support my younger brother and
work for other too

I need information about any conference or funding

1. OUR HISTORY
Amani centre for children with intellectual disabilities is a non-profit organization established in February 1992 by Ms Josephine Bakhita, after she was forced to vacate her matrimonial home to enable social freedom at her disabled son.

As a social worker, Josephine managed to mobilize fellow parents with similar children to her, and through this the Amani Centre was established.

In appreciation for the assistance she received from the local Roman Catholic Church, Josephine later decided to hand over the project to the Diocese of Morogoro, the Bishop of which now is the legal holder of the Amani centre.

2. MISSION STATEMENT
Our social mission is to ensure that disabled children rights, in and outside our area of operation is being respected.

3. OUR OBJECTIVES
 To provide healthcare and educational services to children with Intellectual disabilities.
 To carry out community based rehabilitation to disabled children through home visits, counseling and referrals.
 To raise public awareness on human rights and needs, and relate it back towards disabled children.
 To enable children and youth with intellectual disabilities to live a normal life with their families and other community members.
 To eradicate food insecurity and malnutrition in famine prone families with Intellectual disabled children.
 To remove negative cultural barriers attitude and issues of segregation associated with disabilities.

4. WHAT WE HAVE DONE.
 Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) has helped over 5000 intellectually disabled people in Morogoro Tanzania. The rehabilitation is an on going process as the number of intellectual disabled needing rehabilitation increases each year.
 500 disabled children currently receive primary health care and education at the Amani Centre and outreach stations.
 Three (3) low cost buildings for office, residence and training are in use.
 Seminars and campaigns for raising public awareness have been successfully conducted.
 Fund raising activities and small scale farming are being carried out.
 Centre employs 23 people including 8 women and 15 men. Also have 22 resident Volunteers
 Over 1000 foreign students form all over the world have volunteered at Amani Centre since 1992.

5. OUR APPEAL.
A special appeal is made to those who share our vision and mission:
 Transport (four wheel drive 4WD)- for mobile clinic services and to reach distant families with disabled child/youth in rural areas for Rehabilitation-parent mobilization/public awareness. Use car from Japan cost about 20,000 USD.
 Purchase one tractor for food production to serve poor families with disabled children who are prone to famine= USD45,000
 Funds for food, medical costs, and referral to children from poor families
 Salaries for 6 workers = USD 200 each per month, and salaries for social workers = USD 6,000 per year.

CONTACT DETAILS:
FR. BEATUS SEWANDO
DIOCESE OF MOROGORO (R.C)
Amani Centre for Persons with Mental Disabilities.
P.O Box 579,
Morogoro Tanzania

Phone: +255-23-2603982
Fax: +255-23-2600829
Mobile: +255-754-314412

Charity No. SO. 2098

I am a parent of three completely blind children and we are from Papua New Guinea in the South Pacific. Apart from vision impairment, my children also severe intellectual disabilities. I would like to know if there is some place where I could sough financial assistance to build or buy a good home for these children.
Thankyou.
Kind regards,
Justin

Dear Sir
We receive e-mail from you for funding proposal alert

Thankyou so much this information is of great help to Morobe Disabled Agency (cross disabilities)advocating and promoting the crpd AT National and provincial level in Papua New Guinea.

I am Khom Raj, ablind social entrepreneur from Nepal.

This is a helpful site and want to get the information regarding we can do.

Good work. keep it up. God bless

working in Bangladesh

TO UNDERTAKE AND CARRY ON ANY HUMANITARIAN OR CHARITABLE
PROGRAM FOR THE POOR AND UNDER PRIVILEGED PEOPLE.

TO ARRANGE FOR TREATMENT OF THE DRUG ADDICTED, CANCER AND AIDS
PREVENTS, TO UNDERTAKE & OPPERATE SERVICE ORIENTED ACTIVITES FOR THEM,
AND TO SET UP HOSPITAL, CLINIC FOR THERE REHABILITATION.

TO TAKE GENERAL MEASURES FOR HEALTH IN THE COUNTRY FOR ARSENIC FREE
DRINKING WATER AND TO DEVELOP AND TAKE PREVENTION OF HEALTH LESS
SANITERY LATRINES.

TO ARRANGE THE DISESTER PEOPLE FOR FREE MADICINE, FOOD AND WATER
SUPPLY, DIFFERENT TYPES OF HEALTH PROGRAM WILL BE SET UP IN THE RURAL
AREA.

TO TAKE VERIOUS STEPS ON POLLUTION FREE ENVIRONMENT BEFORE AND AFTER
NATURAL CALAMITIES AND TO TAKE CHAR LIVILHOOD PROGRAM, TREE
PLANTATION, SOCIAL FORESTATION AND GARDENING.

TO SEND VOLUNTERY TEAM FOR THE ASSISTANCE, MEDICAL TREATMENT OF THE
VICTIMS OF EARTHQUAKE, FLOOD TIDAL WAVE, CYCLONE WITHIN THE COUNTRY
AND IN ABROAD.

TO DEVELOP DISASTER MANAGEMENT, DISASTER PEOPLE SUPPORT SYSTEM AND TO
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES.

TO ORGANIZE THE BLIND, LAME DEAF AND DUMP PEOPLE IN SOCIETY AND TO
TAKE ATTEMPTS TO ESTABLISH THEM.

TO PROTECT OF LABOUR CHILD, YOUTH & CHILD RIGHTS IN THE COUNTRY IN ALL
SECTOR LIKE PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR.

TO DEVELOP A MOTHER AND CHILD CARE CENTRE AND TO DEVELOP SOCIAL HEALTH
EDUCATION, ADOLESCENT HEALTH, PRIMARY HEALTH CARE & NUTRITION.

TO DEVELOP YOUTH CARE CENTRE FOR URBAN & RURAL YOUTHS, SCHOOL AND
COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY GOING STUDENT. DIFFERENT TYPE OF EDUCATIONAL AND
CULTURAL PROGRAM WILL BE UNDER TAKEN BY THIS SOCIETY FOR THERE
REHABILITATION AND ESTABLISH COOPERATIVE THEM.

TO DEVELOP SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM, POVERTY ALLEVIATION,
COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT ESPECIALLY WOMAN EMPOWERMENT AND SOCIAL WILL
BEING AMONG THE RURAL AND URBAN DISADVANTAGE POOR PEOPLE AND WOMAN IN
BANGLADESH.

TO UNDERTAKE MOTIVATION WORK AND CREATE AWARENESS ON EDUCATION,
SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY, HEALTH AND POPULATION, SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS,
ADVOCACY, LOCAL LEVEL INSTITUTE DEVELOPMENT .

TO RECEIVE ALL KINDS OF AID, GRANTS, DONATIONS, ASSISTANCE,
BENEFICIATION, SUBSCRIPTION FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE SOCIETY.

Thanks
Md. Monirul Islam (Badal)
Chairman
Sosiety For Borshon

former foster child, NYU graduate, motivational speaker for foster children..looking to help in any way, knowledge is power..

i want travel grant to attend international conference going to be held at HANOI,vietnam at nov8-12(IRRC28)

i belong to india

we are help hands srilanka trying to help disabled people all over the country specially womans and young girls to live them selfs and reaches to some good levels of there life styles.
thanks and wishes from srilanka .these programmes will help many kind of disabled people. yes again we say great to you

WHAT HAPPEND

WE ARE RANNING FREE SPECIAL SCHOOL FOR MENTALLY CHALLENGED CHILDREN ,NAMED AS ‘HRUDAYALAYAM’ BY SAHAY(SOCIETY FOR AWARENSS AND HOLISTIC ACTIVITES BY YYOUTH) NGO ..RG NO; 241/2006 ,WE ARE FACEING FUNDS PROBELAM .PLZ VIST&HELP

hi to all, i need help. i want information on how i can get scholarship

salam pl guide mi procedue for registration..thanks.

guide mi procedure for registration

i m doing M Phil in Applied Linguistics guide mi
mi taching jobs in Middle East.i want to teach free of cost to special persons..thanks

update us on your programs via our emails
Thanks so much for the job well done to developing countries like ours-Uganda

Inform About Aid for disable person

am a persons with vision impairment trying to subscribe. please assist

I want to subscribe to We Can Do!

sir,inform about jobs via e mail

I have a new organisation that require funding for the promotion of sustainable economic development in an effort to alleviate poverty among people with disabilities especially the blind in Zimbabwe. Can you forward necessary information on how best i can apply to help the ever increase begging society in my country. I am concerned as i am also a blind person but with a vision that require financial support to advocate and facilitte for them to live a life with dignity and respect in the society.

My name is izadini abdala third year student at Tumaini university Iringa university college Tanzania East africa, current I’m taking bachelor degree in information technology IT.I expect to finish my first degree soon July 2011.i’m looking for sponsorship in master degree in any university in this word. I’m asking for any one to assist me.
Thanks in advance.

I am Prof.Raja mohan rao, working as the Director,”Centre for Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Policy ” in Bharathidasan University.. in India. My interest is to aeradication of poverty, creation of awareness and protection of human rights. If we are able to achieve these, we can establish peace in this world . Hence I want to interact with people across the world by attending seminars and conferences. This site is highly useful in this regard.

no updating since 2008!

Dear All

National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped (NIMH)is going to organize National Seminar on Social Marketing and Disability Rehabilitation during 3-4th March 2011 at its campus at Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is the most needy for several purposes while leads for the holistic development of the persons with disablement with better sustainability and quality of life (QOL).

Please visit: http://www.nimhindia.org for more details on the event and registration.

Looking forward

with thanks

Dear sir /Madam
l would like to get msg to my E mail concern with scholarship for masters.
Thanks in advance.

Respected sir,
I am gousemohiddin i am physically handicapped i have compleated MCA at 2009 recognised by SV UNIVERSITY, and i have compleated oracle dba &rac course but i didn’t get the job please help me to how to get the job and how will i send my CV to you,

my mobile number:08885180594
my email:gouse.m55@gmail.com

assalam o alikum i am hameed ullah from kohat . i m physicall disable can i become a member of u

I am from Nepal and want to study foreign country at Ph. D. level in development studies.

Dear Friends, HAPPY,PEACEFUL AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.

I am Director General of Saritsa Foundation. Saritsa Foundation provides equal opportunities to persons with disabilities to build their capacity to minimize risks from disasters and impacts of climate change which is an important dimension of human rights for safety of lives of persons with dis abilities.I am Director General of Saritsa Foundation. It provides equal
opportunities to persons with disabilities to build capacity to
minimize risks from disasters and impacts of climate change which is
an important dimension of human rights for safety to lives in
disasters. Saritsa Foundation (Saritsa Charity Trust ) empowers
people by building their capacity to minimize risks from disasters
like earthquake, flood, cyclone, tsunami, sea level rise ,land
slides, terrorism, chemical, biological and nuclear hazards and
climate change. Saritsa Foundation raises awareness imparts education
and training and inspires people to be equal partners in saving lives
and means livelihood which are threatened by disaster frequently
without any warning.

Saritsa Foundation is a “Mobile University “for disaster risk
reduction and minimizing impacts of climate change. The teams of
experts of Saritsa Foundation reach to a people in rural and urban
areas at their ‘Door Steps’ in 18 states of India. It has educated and
trained 1,95,000 people including 8500 persons with disability since
its birth on 5th June 2000 . The mission continues to create an
environment of safety-culture amongst people to make them aware and
alert citizens. People’s partnership is a heart and soul of disaster
management.

Saritsa Foundation also provides computer education to underprivileged
children in rural and urban India including children of defense forces
since year 2001.

Saritsa Foundation is a National NGO with international dimensions.
Saritsa Foundation is a member of UN Economic and Social Council with
consultative status. Saritsa Foundation is also member of Global
Network of Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction Head
Office at UK , ALNAP UK, Rehabilitation International (Advancing the
Rights and Inclusion of Persons With Disabilities Worldwide) New York
USA and National Alliance For Disaster Risk Reduction India (NDRR) ,
a partner with ACTION AGAINST CHILD CRUELTY IN ORPHANAGES WORLD
WIDE. and Global Alliance For Clean Cook Stoves – UN Foundation .

Contact us- Email-saritsa@vsnl.net or
saritsafoundationindia.in@gmail.com web –www.saritsafoundation.in
Tele :- 91 22 24366370. Fax 24370138 Mob 09323157377
I look forward for partns to empower 70 million persons with
disabilities in INDIA by imparting them inputs of
information,education,practical training and use of local resources to
save lives in disasters till arrival of out side help. WITH REGARDS,
COLONEL NAGAR M VERMA.
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Iwork as acoodinator SAVE THE DISABLED CHILD HOME (SADICH)
i want to work with you in partnership ,its NGO well registered
so help me and receive your services,for as you render to disabled children

Dear Sir/Madam
This is to introduce to your our Organization Rubaga
Division Disabled Association, a disabled peoples Orani-
zation registered with Kampala City Council as a disabled
Women’s Organization. It was funded by disabled women
themselves in 2006 to address three major challenges
affecting women with disablities in Rubaga Divion Uganda.
The challenges are:1. Violation of human rights
2. Communicable diseases, 3 unemployment amon women with disabilitie.
This Organization has a membership of three types of
disabilities i.e deaf,blind and people with physical
disability
We are seeking for assistance inorder to address those
challenges in our community so as to enjoy our full rights and dignities in our society.
Regards Rebecca Nakanwagi DIRECTOR

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Kind Regards
Ndagize Francis

am a teacher dealing with children with disabilities of all kinds i need trainning and spornsorship for them to aid me in teaching them, thank you

I had been selected for research paper presentation at International Society of Animal Hygiene, CHINA, going to be held by May’2013. I am looking for financial support.

Mutsembi Special unit is a community unit meant to assist the children with disabilities in the region. We offer formal & informal education to these children. We are happy to be associated with this powerful organization.
Yours Rosemary
Teacher in charge

We would like to know more about We can Do. We are an NGO working among the Disabled poor people at Jaipur Rajasthan.

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Voice of african disabled- VAD ,am seeking an advice of how to apply for funds for disabled projects.thank u , perez

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DearSir,
We are working for the development of rural area people in Budgam District, Tamil Jammu and Kashmir, in Health and Education aspects. We are running three Vocational Training Centre at Budgam,Beerwah and Chadoora in which Computer and Tailoring courses are offered. We are running 5 Adult Literacy Centres and Free tuition centres for the school going children.

We shall be grateful if funding support are extended to us. kindly send us the details for the same.

Thanking you.

is there a program that help disabled low income in u.s. get a laptop?”


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