INCRISD South Asia (Inclusive Community Resilience for Sustainable Disaster Risk Management) is an action research, capacity building and policy advocacy project implemented through a consortium comprising of Handicap International, ActionAid and Oxfam. INCRISD South Asia aims at building safer, more resilient communities in South Asia by evidence-based inclusive approaches to disaster risk management (DRM) through a multi-stakeholders' engagement. INCRISD South Asia is rolled out in 6 countries of South Asia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka. The project is funded by the European Commission Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO), under the 7th DIPECHO Action Plan for South Asia
CDD works in partnership with a network of over 350 organisations both nationally and internationally. Our innovative approach to disability inclusion is now being used as a model in other countries.The Centre for Disability in Development (CDD) is a not for profit organisation established in 1996 to develop a more inclusive society for persons with a disability. It is estimated that 16 million people in Bangladesh are living with a disability, receiving little or no assistance and excluded from mainstream life. CDD's mission is to address this by simultaneously educating the community in how to be more inclusive whilst also enabling persons with a disability to participate in society by providing them with essential supports. In this way persons with disabilities can be given the same rights, freedoms, dignity and quality of life as everyone else.
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The organisation trains trainers to establish need based health development and AIDS prevention projects in remote areas of India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The training programmes conducted offer follow-up services to each trainee in their place of work and establishes a long term relationship with the trainee. The training programme deals with all aspects of health.