All children deserve the right to dare to dream and achieve their true potential regardless of their abilities. But due to economic disparity and a prejudiced social attitude, many of them are not having equal access to education, health and an overall development.
|To ensure Right to work of persons with disabilities, SANCHAR organized “Ability Expo : A …Read more...|
|SANCHAR has organized a 3 day basic level training on Indian Sign Language from 10th – 12th March…Read more...|
|From the very beginning, SANCHAR’s aim has been the inclusion of children with disabilities in the…Read more...|
|Like every year, annual sports were conducted in six different locations in the month of January an…Read more...|
|Christmas with the Kids at SANCHAR’s premises. Songs, mimes, rhymes and dances were performed by t…Read more...|
|Like every year, this year also SANCHAR observed International Day of Persons with Disabilities (3…Read more...|
|SANCHAR hosted the State Level Consultation of Children with Disabilities on 17th November, 2014 as …Read more...|
|This year we celebrated Children’s Day on 14th November …Read more...|
At times I feel that because my child was born with a disability, I was forced to face the challenge which gave me an immense learning opportunity; otherwise I would have been cocooned within the four walls of my house and never stepped out of the village
Today SANCHAR has built its capacity as a Training Centre at National Level based on its 26 years of experience and has developed a replicable Community Based Rehabilitation model towards a disability inclusive development.
Swabalambi is an inclusive income generation group of young adults with disabilities and their friends and family members who have already been trained as part of SANCHAR´s livelihood intervention.
We are thankful to