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Newz Hook

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Newz Hook is an Indian news channel with a special focus on disability related news. It is accessible to visually impaired screen reader users, promotes sign language news for deaf and uses simple English. It has sections on features, accessibility, lifestyle, education, employment, technology and sport

The Lao Disabled Person's Association

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Established in 2001, the Lao Disabled People’s Association (LDPA) is a membership-based organisation for people with disabilities advocating disability rights and providing services to members based on their needs. 

The LDPA has over 11,000 members from across the country but seeks to represent the interests of all people with disability within Lao PDR irrespective of their membership status. The LDPA does this at a national and provincial level. The LDPA’s head office in Vientiane Capital works in partnership with several organisations on strategic advocacy and rights-based projects and also provides outreach, opportunity and empowerment at a provincial level where members are organised into groups.

CBM Australia self-help group enquiry

CBM AUSTRALIA

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This guidance considers how self help groups are supported and the factors that are needed to ensure that they are functional, inclusive and sustainable.

This was a small-scale enquiry that involved looking at case studies from six partners that employ self-help group development for a range of purposes and in a range of geographical locations. A questionnaire was used by project officers with each of the six selected projects, and the resulting information was analysed by a group from CBMA’s International Programs department, with key areas of learning identified from this discussion. Findings are not comprehensive or conclusive and there is not one model for success. Instead the aim is to draw some useful tips from partners’ experiences.

The center for deaf-blind persons

BETH DAVID INSTITUTE

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This website describes the work of the Center for Deaf-Blind Persons in Israel, which provides a variety of rehabilitation services and programmes including a learning centre, a social recreational club, an early identification programme, an ulpan for deaf-blind new immigrants, a psycho-drama workshop and a role model programme for children with Usher syndrome. In addition, specific deafblind information is given for related research articles, personal accounts of disability, international links and details of Israeli disability rights and services

The Association of the Swedish Deafblind

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This website describes the work of the Association of the Swedish Deafblind. Information is provided about deafblindness and the twelve affiliated regional associations. News updates, materials and newspaper publications are made available. Links are included for the Youth Council, Parent Council and related Swedish, Nordic and international centres and associations

The Finnish Deafblind Association

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This website highlights the work of the Finnish Deafblind Association including details of their services provided, organisational activities, international activities and publications

European Deafblind Network (EDbN)

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This website promotes the rights of people with deafblindness in the EU. It describes the work of the European Deafblind Network (EDbN) and provides deafblind information. There are links to updated EU news and press releases, other organisations, activities and papers. Additionally, there is the opportunity to register to join the EDbN electronic membership group

International programs

PERKINS INTERNATIONAL

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This website describes the worldwide programmes of Perkins International, which seeks to improve the quality of life for children who are deafblind or blind with multiple disabilities around the world. This website highlights their main initiatives of expanding education, building local expertise, supporting parents, influencing policies, and providing international materials and products. This organisation's website is useful for people with deafblindness and people working in the field of disability and development

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