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Chevron has donated 240 new wheelchairs to the most disabled country in the world.
Presently and on a global scale, autism affects 1 in every 70 boys and 1 in every 110 girls, with incidence rates increasing annually. The shrinking budgets at the state and local level have meant that many families have lost access to services as programs that previously operated at low cost or on...
The American Autism Association’s is an NGO whose aim is to increase awareness of the many and varied difficulties individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder face as children and adults. The organisation exists to help low income families struggling with autism to reach their potential and live...
In 2006, the Rotary Club of Shanghai partnered with the Rotary Club of Burlingame to provide new wheelchairs to needy people in and around Shanghai.
The Society for Disabled Women Pakistan is an NGO that works for and with women with disabilities. The Society aims to raise awareness in the general public of the basic rights of women with disabilities and their right to live independently. The Society's long term aim is to ensure that all girls...
The Entrust Foundation is an Australian NGO that identifies and manages projects to help the poorest of the poor in the forgotten corners of the world. The Foundation specialises in collaborative partnerships with donors and manages the projects at no cost to the project or donor, paying for all...
The Disability Initiative for Sustainable Development (DISUDE) is a Ugandan NGO. The organisation works on advocacy and capacity building programmes.
Le Déclick, a Canadian NGO established to assist young people with a range of mental and physical problems with re-entering the workforce, has set up a digital workshop in partnership with a private company, Les Chantiers Numériques inc.
The L'Occitane Foundation, established by L'Occitane, a French company that makes beauty and healthcare products, has donated 75,000 fCFA. for 5 years to help pay for cataract operations in Burkina Faso, where it is estimated that 65% of blindness is caused by cataracts. The project has been...
The L’OCCITANE Foundation has lent its support to Helen Keller International’s ChildSight program, helping improve the eyesight and academic potential of economically disadvantaged children in the U.S.