Organisations

APSIDES

France

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Maison des Sociétés
Square Grimma
Bron 69500

APSIDES focuses on the rehabilitation of physically disabled people in the community.

Challenged Network of Kenya (CNK)

Kenya

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64513
Nairobi
00620

The organisation aims "to build the capacity of communities comprising of persons with dsabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, youth, women, children, the old and other persons by empowering them through initiatives that enhance better functioning and participation in opportunities for them to have better lives; to empower persons with disabilities in all aspects of life and nation development; to enlighten the community on issues dealing with disabilities and allowing the persons with disability to participate fully; to train the youth and women on income generating activities.

Diversability Development Organization (DDO)

Canada

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110 Beavervalley Drive
Brampton, Ontario L7A3W6

DDO implements comprehensive programs and operates as a plug-in-and-play resource for international and local organisations addressing the needs of people with disabilities in less resourced settings, as well as on a local community level. DDO draws from a strong core team, as well as a network of experienced associates, offering program input.

Capacity Building of People with Disability in the Community Organisation (CABDICO)

Cambodia

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#43 (in Wat Saravoan)
Street 178
Sangkat Chey Chumneas
Khan Daun Penh
Phnom Penh

Capacity Building of People with Disability in the Community Organisation (CABDICO) believes in a world where people with disabilities and vulnerable people in Cambodia have opportunities to obtain education, health care, and income generation on an equal basis with others.

CABDICO's mission is to support all people with disabilities and vulnerable people in Cambodia by responding to their basic needs in their community. At present the organisation works in two provinces of Cambodia – Siem Reap and Kep – mainly working in rural areas, where access to basic amenities and healthcare is limited, with children and adults with disabilities, their families, and teachers and community leaders