Organisations

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.

STEP (Special Talent Exchange Program)

Pakistan

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109, Khudad Heights
Main Margalla Road, E-11 Islamabad

Special Talent Exchange Program (STEP) was conceived and initiated by persons with disabilities themselves in 1997. Being a cross-disability organization STEP is committed to mainstreaming disability in development through empowering individuals and organizations of persons with disabilities as well as sensitizing society about a rights-based approach.

Leonard Cheshire Disability Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

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188 Westwood Drive
Kambuzuma
Box 11
Kambuzuma, Harare

The goal of the programme is to attain an enabling environment for people with disabilities to participate in opportunities to secure gainful and meaningful employment for sustainable Livelihoods in formal or informal sectors as a group or individuals.The LRC Programme seeks to empower people with disabilities, between the ages of 18 to 45 years in Harare and the surrounding rural districts/peri-urban areas (100km radius) to access sustainable livelihoods of their choices through a multi sectoral programme.

Pacos Trust

Malaysia

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PO Box 511
89507 Penampang
Sabah

The PACOS trust is a community-based organisation based in Sabah in Malaysia. It aims to improve the quality of life of the indigenous communities in the region through strengthening community organisations, strengthening indigenous knowledge systems and natural resource management, and improving early childhood care and development. The trust runs a variety of programmes, one being on community early childhood care and development. They run yearly training sessions for indigenous pre-school teachers on how to run a community pre-school. This programme also constantly re-evaluates the indigenous learning curriculum so that it is appropriate to the needs of the community

Y Care International (YMCA)

UK

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3-9 Southampton Row
London WC1B 5HY

The international development agency of the YMCA movement. Focuses on the needs and contributions of young people in the developing world, who face the severest of economic and social conditions. They aim to provide financial support for projects that aim to promote self-sufficiency. Funds are chanelled through local YMCAs, which develop projects with their local communities. They aim to broaden the opportunities available to marginalised young people and enable them to escape the poverty trap. They also aim to raise the awareness of development issues in the UK

Union of Palestinian Medical Relief Committees (UPMRC)

Palestine

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PO Box 51483
Jerusalem

A grassroots community-based Palestinian health organisation. It seeks to supplement the decayed and inadequate health infrastructure caused by years of Israeli military occupation. Its mission is to improve the overall physical, mental and social well-being of Palestinians regardless of racial, political, social, economic, or religious status. Its national health programs emphasise prevention, education, community participation and the improvement of the individual. Its resource centre is open to the public

Humanitarian Enhancement Aid for Resilient Transformation-HEART

Bangladesh

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Mozaher Plaza, 2nd Floor, Hnila, Teknaf, Cox's Bazar-4700, Bangladesh.

Humanitarian Enhancement Aid for Resilient Transformation-HEART, or HEART Bangladesh for short, is an organization registered with the Department of Local Government, known as a Bangladeshi non-political, local, and national level voluntary, social welfare and non-profit development organization. COVID-19 Post Time Since its inception in 2021, the organization is working for the United Nations Development Goals, Education, Food and Quality of Life, Poverty Alleviation, Youth Empowerment and Development, Entrepreneurship and Skills Development, Unemployment Reduction and Employment, Women Empowerment, Child Care, Adolescent & Elder Age Protection, Environment. , Disaster Management and Climate Change, Emergency Assistance and Refugee Services, Local Violence and Prevention of Child Marriage, Nutrition, Legal Aid, Human Rights, Health and Family Welfare. It is a non-communal youth-friendly and women-friendly, entrepreneur-friendly, and SDG-friendly development organization. At present, about 70 international and globalized networks, alliances, and registered members are conducting organizational and institutional activities together with partners.

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