Arushi is a Bhopal-based voluntary organization working with people with disabilities to facilitate a just, humane and equal-opportunity society. The focus of its efforts is to help people with disabilities develop capacities to achieve their potential and to advocate their rights and concerns through sensitization of the community. ‘Arushi’, the name means the first ray of the Sun. Just as the Sun’s first rays bring forth a new day, fresh hope, promise and prospects, Arushi strives to bring hope and courage into the lives of people with disability.
APAL National Forum India was formed by and for the Persons affected by leprosy across the country and it was started informally in 2006. This initiative helped to have networked with the leprosy colonies. A National Conference on Integration & Empowerment of people affected by leprosy was conducted in New Delhi in 2005 and 2006 which helped to unite the people affected by leprosy from various parts of the country. National Forum India was registered in Feb. 2011.
Barefoot Trust is a registered Non-Profit Organization with a social presence in Odisha & Meghalaya. The organisation is dedicated to providing a platform for dialogue, discussions and demonstration of the intersectionality between education, inclusion, sustainable food and youth leading to the all-round development of students, persons with disability and youth in the competitive world. Barefoot Trust was founded on a learning culture aimed at encouraging and enriching conversation, developing quality relationships, spot opportunities for engagement, craft strategy, ignite innovation, exercise servant leadership, catalyse entrepreneurship and above all to stay relevant in the ever-changing world with a special focus on the development sector.
Chhattisgarh Viklang Manch works to empower persons with disabilities. The mission was founded on the firm belief that the disabled do not need sympathy- they need a supportive environment to grow and fulfil their needs, potential and dreams.
The Creative Education and Development Society Etah (Uttar Pradesh) India was established in 12-04- 2001. There are a lot of awareness programs in various sectors such as education distance education, special education, legal, environment, women empowerment, training and development for disabled people, women, children, as well as students and farmers etc. The Society is registered with the National Trust, New Delhi (Government of India).
Deepshikha, Institute for Child Development and Mental Health (a unit of Purshree) Ranchi is an organization working in the field of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in Jharkhand. The organization came into being on 17th July 1988.Deepshikha aims to work for child development and mental health by developing models of clinical services.
The objective of the organization is to make people with disabilities self-reliant by connecting them with employment, ensuring strong participation in every field at the social level.
The organization works to provide better treatment for bleeding disorders including haemophilia patients and create a better world for them.
The Latika Roy Foundation has been working in the field of disability in Uttarakhand since 1994. It is a registered society and a professional organisation, devoted to assessment, creative education and therapy for children with disabilities, vocational training and recreation for adults. Our services are activity based and family cantered, and founded on a clear understanding of typical and atypical child development.
NPdO has been functioning in the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is affiliated to the National Disabled Network, New Delhi, and Disabled People International, (DPI) Bangkok. NPdO is a Disabled People’s Organisation managed by the people with disabilities. NPdO has been initiated by a group of likeminded Persons with disabilities, who met during their childhood at the Government Home for the Disabled. Initially the group aimed to raise the voices of the persons with disabilities and issues through publishing a Magazine named as VARTHA TEJA in the year 1996. It has emerged as a strong network of more than 70,000 members across the state towards empowering the persons with disabilities with special focus on women and children with disabilities. NPdO had mandated 50% women participation in its networking and activities. NPdO holds a belief in equal participation of the section of Persons with disabilities with a special focus on gender equality, equal participation, and networking and advocacy interventions.
Rainbow Society for Differently-abled from Lucknow is a registered NGO, Vocational Centre and Skills Training & Employment Centre working with special needs. They work with children and adults with Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and other intellectual and developmental disabilities. The organisation is working for early intervention services for delayed development children and provide speech therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychological assessment, behaviour modification, one on one teaching, group teaching, yoga, music, sports training and vocational training to make them self dependent.