Uganda Society for Disabled Children


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Plot 112 Owen Road, Kamwokya Hill/P.O.Box 16346 K'la (U) Owen Rd, Kampala, Uganda

Uganda Society for Disabled Children is a local Non-GovernmentOrganisation (NGO), committed to recognising and equalising the rights for children with disabilities. USDC’s main aim is to help children with disabilities and their parents to access the resources and opportunities to enable them achieve their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.

The society currently operates in 14 districts including Kampala demystifying Inclusion, engaging in policy advocacy with National CSO networks and Government to foster learning and ensure that inclusive policies are conceived that support the unique learning needs, health Outcomes of children with disabilities, and uphold their rights to grow and thrive.

Disability and Development Partners (DDP)


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Suite 22, Sackville Place
44-48 Magdalen Street
Norwich NR3 1JU, UK

Objectives and guiding principles

Promoting the inclusion of disabled children in education
Supporting Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs)
Reducing poverty among disabled people and their families
Promoting appropriate and low-cost assistive devices and physical rehabilitation
Facilitating South-to-South and regional exchange of information and skills


Our vision

Our vision is a society where disabled women, men, boys and girls – and the most vulnerable and marginalized people – have equal social, economic and civil rights.

Inclusion is at the heart of everything we do, so disabled and vulnerable people can engage and lead initiatives for change and equality of opportunity.

We focus on the needs of vulnerable children and adults, and carers of disabled people, including disabilities that are not so obvious such as deafness and mental illness.

Our approach to partnership is responsive and flexible: we work with our partners to translate ideas into tangible and effective programmes.



Working in partnership is our dedicated priority. Run by and for disabled people, our local partners are best placed to understand their needs and challenges.

We play an essential practical role for our partners in countries such as Ethiopia, Mozambique and Nepal: supporting, developing and realizing projects, raising funds, building capacities in project and financial management, ensuring that objectives are met, and facilitating south-to-south exchanges of experience.

As they work towards a sustainable future, many of our partner organizations have used our partnership as a springboard to funding, independence and success

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) Pakistan


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United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Pakistan Country Office
Street#05, G-5, Diplomatic Enclave
Ph: +92 51 2097700

UNICEF is mandated by the UN General Assembly to advocate for the protection of children's rights to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential under the guidance of the Convention of the Rights of the Child. cooperates with NGOs to achieve goals in the reduction of IMR, MMR, malnutrition, and in the increase of safe water provision, primary school enrolment, salt iodizaiton and immunisation. Its resource centre is not open to the public