Our Programs 

1. Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) 

     Activities under this program:

A) Awareness: on disability for early detection and intervention. Causes, prevention and management of disabilities to communities, Government officials, leaders, partners. Door to door survey and database.

B) Health Promotion: educating communities on risk factors, best health practices esp. for the highly vulnerable groups—children, women, youth, elderly.

C) Medical Care: coordinating treatment for ailments/infections or conditions which may cause or resulting from disabilities. Building capacity of health officers to prevent, minimize or manage disabilities.

D) Rehabilitation: providing centre-based and home based Physiotherapy and basic counselling services for PWDs and their families. Transferring skills of rehabilitation to care givers. Supporting social integration.

E) Assistive Devices:  Providing suitable assistive devices for PWDs (persons with disabilties) to increase mobility and social participation.  

2. Inclusive Education and Early Childhood Care Education (IE/ECCE)  

    Activities under this program: 

A) Provide awareness to communities, leaders, teachers, health workers, development partners, Government officials and school children on the rights of Children with Special Needs (CWSNs) to education.

B) Rehabilitate, assess and enroll children with special needs in schools– home based education, mainstream schools, resource centres or early childhood care centres.

c) Providing training and capacity building for mainstream school teachers to manage long term educational needs for CWSNs in mainstream settings.

D) Support accessibility assessments for mainstream schools, providing recommendation for improvements.

E) Create opportunities through partners for employment or training for youth with disabilities.        

3. Physiotherapy Clinic and Mobile Outreach Services

    Activities under this program:  

Assessments, provision of suitable mobility aids/wheelchairs, and referrals are conducted while on the mobile outreach mission. Community members, leaders, and disability groups are trained and empowered with necessary skills for sustainability.

A) Out-patient physiotherapy services at the center based department;

B) Provision of adoptable mobility and supportive aids;

C) Mobile outreach awareness and interventions;

D) Community and health workers training;

E) Establishment of mobility aids repair and fabrication shades within the outreach centers;

F) Facilitate formation of disability rights-based and advocacy networks.

4. Respite Care, Protection and Home Re-integration

    Activities under this program:  

A) Support for everyday living, care and protection: for the 20 residents (Persons with Disabilities-PWDs);


B) Rehabilitation services through the Physiotherapy unit;


C) Medical/surgical assessment and referrals. Social and counselling services to PWDs;


D) Career choice and development, sports and job placement advisory services to PWDs;  

E) Livelihoods and economic skills- development. 

5. Organisational Development-Administration and Support

         Activities under this program: 

 Under the administration and support the following support systems have been established, some yet to be established to aid in the overall efficient and effective service delivery of the organisation.

A) Communication and Information systems

  • Reliable internet access and telecommunication 
  • Computers and printers for reports and data processing
  • Office equipment and suppliesB)Transport
  • Double cabin land cruiser
  • Rosa bus for the residents
  • Hard body land cruiser for the mobile and CBR program
  • Maintenance and running costs

C) Office renovation and expansion

  • Expansion and renovation of the main office space
  • Equipment and machines for the office

D) Personnel Development

  • Qualified Accountant and Human Resources Officer
  • Development of personnel policies and Human Resource Manual 
  • Staff training and Development
  • Other essential resources which will be required to facilitate the implementation will include:

E) Human Resources

  • Community Based Rehabilitation workers
  • Qualified Physiotherapists or Occupational therapists
  • Social workers and or para-counselors
  • Local artisans (carpentry and leather)
  • Volunteers
  • Technical support from expatriates

F) Support services equipment

  • Mobility aids workshop (leather and wooden) and assorted hard ware materials
  • Field motor vehicle and motor bikes
  • Computer and printer
  • Uniforms for field staff
  • Training facilitation funds 

Last Updated Tuesday 14 June, 2016.   



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