Education for Visually Impaired Children

Education for Visually Impaired Children

In this project 20 visually impaired children are attending braille education. All these children are provided with food, braille books, braille papers, school uniforms, shoes, slates and styles. Among these 10 visually impaired children are attending school on the lodging provided by SCPDA. The lodging is located along with the school compound rented by the association. These children live far away from the school. They cannot easily attend daily traveling such long distance.  The remaining 10 visually impaired children are attending school while they are living with their families.

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Education for Visually Impaired Children

Projects based on Income Generating Activity

The second project is to bring children with cross disabilities and their  parents together and strive to  empower them  with different aspects like economic empowerment by engaging  them in income generating activities, providing business skill training, creating strong parent participation in schools and so on.

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Education for Visually Impaired Children

Inclusive HIV/ADIS and disability sensitive information and education

This project is designed to broaden awareness of children and other persons with disabilities, their families , government bodies and community members through the provision of HIV/ADIS and disability sensitive information and education, produce and distribute HIV/ADIS and disability IEC/BCC materials, create awareness for children, community and other stakeholders through orientation, community dialogue and other technicians. 

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Education for Visually Impaired Children

Creating Awareness and Material Support

The forth program implemented by SCPDA is creating awareness and material support for visually impaired children, families government bodies and the community members about disability issues and to change the negative attitude of the community about disabilities create awareness for children, community and other stakeholders through orientation, community dialogue and other technics.

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