Disability, HIV and AIDS Trust (DHAT)


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Private Bag 0029
Suite 197
Postnet Mogoditshane

DHAT's main objectives and strategies aim to address issues of HIV and AIDS relating to people with disabilities (PWDs), which tackle vulnerabilities and increase the empowerment of PWDs

International Centre for the Advancement of Community Based Rehabilitation, Queen's University (ICACBR)


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154 Albert Street
K7L 3N6

ICACBR is an organization committed to advancing the concept of community based rehabilitation (CBR) practice in partnership with persons with disabilities and their communities around the world. All activities are directed towards achieving international excellence in CBR education, policy, service delivery and research. The Centre's goal is to increase the acceptance and knowledge of CBR as an appropriate and realistic method for fulfilling human rights and improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities, their families, and their communities.



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69/3 Van Bao street
Lieu Giai

CENFORCHIL. Is a scientific and technological organization under VUSTA directly. With operational philosophy “Today’s children-Tomorrow’s world” Cenforchil operate for: - Children’s total development - The equality of poor and disabled children - The brighter future of children Cenforchil: - Implement scientific research to assist poor and disabled people. - Organize the vocational training and create job opportunity for poor and disabled people. - Improvement of ability in how to take a good care of children at home. - Mobilizing policy for poor, disabled children

McCam Child Development Centre


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231 Old Hope Road
Kingston 6

McCam Centre, since its opening in 1986, has made its mission to provide an integrated environment based on the development levels for the entire range of children whether they are developmentally gifted or delayed. To provide a community which promotes the recognition and acceptance of the similarities and the differences among us. To changing attitudes and social structures which serve as barriers to children that are viewed as different in the wider community. To the growth and development of its staff who sees the Centre's philosophy as part of themselves. To gaining of ourselves the little extra needed to help each child reach their maximum potential. It is our vision to provide a comprehensive package of services supported by an effective organisational structure, financially stable with a clinical and technical team working to provide best practice at the highest standard for children with exceptional needs including those with disabilities