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TRAINING AND SUPPORT FOR NGOs
- Use of the EI app including initial set-up and server.
- Training program covering EI app, technology, rehab and Monitoring & Evaluation.
- Support services including tech, rehab and M&E support.
INTERNATIONAL NGO PARTNERS
Amar Seva has partnered with University of Gondar, Light for the World and World Vision to implement the Enabling Inclusion® app and model in Amhara Region / State in Ethiopia.
University of Gondar is the oldest medical university in Ethiopia started as a medical college in 1954. In 2004, University of Gondar started a Community based rehabilitation program for children and adults with disabilities.
Light for the World is a global development organisation and in Ethiopia is one of the key players in eye health, disability inclusion, economic empowerment, and inclusive education.
World Vision is one of the largest child focused NGOs in the world and in Ethiopia work with governmental and non-governmental actors in an effort to improve the well-being of the most vulnerable children and their families.
All 3 of these organizations will work together to implement the Enabling Inclusion® app and model in in Amhara Region / State in Ethiopia, through community based rehab workers, rehabilitation specialists, program managers and IT professionals, with full support as Amar Seva.
Amar Seva has completely customized the EI app to their needs and trained our Ethiopia partners to implement this model. Thousands of children will be screened for disabilities in the region using the EI app and 300 children with disabilities will be enrolled in the home / community based program. The app will facilitate rehab, medical and social services for these children.
INDIAN NGO PARTNERS
KIRAN Society is a non-profit, non-political organization working in an inclusive way for the holistic development of children and persons with and without disabilities, and from marginalized sections of the society. KIRAN is implementing home based early intervention using the Enabling Inclusion app and model in the Varanasi and Mirzapur Districts of Uttar Pradesh with 100 pre-school children with disabilities.
Udbhaas Child Development which is a unit of Namritam aims to provide diagnostic and interventional services to children with difficulties in physical, mental or language development and learning & behavioural problems, through an inter-disciplinary approach, surpassing the socio-economic barrier. Udbhaas is implementing home based early intervention using the Enabling Inclusion app and model in the Purulia District of West Bengal with 100 pre-school children with disabilities.
Shine Educational Trust was founded in the year 2003 was started by 3 parents of children with Intellectual disabilities with the vision to provide special kids the joy of schooling and childhood and the mission to provide moral education, enhance their learning and occupational skills and thus succeed in making them independent members of this society. This school serves children with Intellectual Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, ADHD, Autism, etc. Shine school recently started the outreach program for young children in rural areas – with the support of Redington Foundation in 3 blocks of Madurai District. To enhance this service, Shine special school is adopting the Enabling Inclusion® model and App’s transdisciplinary version to reach 50 children through mobile van based clinics.
G V School, located in Chidambaram is a charitable institution offering free education and vocational skills training for children with special needs. The school has two divisions supporting mentally challenged and hearing impaired children. GV school with support from Redington Foundation is implementing home based early intervention using the Enabling Inclusion app and model in the Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu with 100 pre-school children using a mobile van and clinic model.
Shishu Sarothi is a leading non-profit organisation in Guwahati – Assam, India which is established in 1987, works in the area of early intervention, rehabilitation, education, livelihoods, advocacy and awareness as well as protection of rights and legal aid for children and persons with disabilities in North East India. Sishu Saroti is using the Enabling Inclusion EI® app and model in their Centre-based programs in Kamrup Metro (at Sishu Saroti campus and Composite Regional Centre for Persons with Disabilities), Goalpara (at Shishu Bikash Kendra), Golaghat (at District Early Intervention Centre and pediatric ICU in the Civil Hospital) and Dibrugarh (at Assam Medical College), and will enroll up to 500 children in their pediatric rehab program.
Sristi village Foundation is a non-profit organisation based in rural Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu, India that works towards improving the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They use a combination of education, life skills training, and agriculture to help people who are faced with exclusion, neglect, and many other disadvantages that limit their effective participation in mainstream society. Sristi Village has been trained by Amar Seva in launching the home based Enabling Inclusion® model. They are working with 100 children in one block in Villupuram District, Tamilnadu.
Varshini Illam Trust (VIT), Chennai is a registered public charitable trust started in 2014 by Mr. P. N. Vasudevan, Mrs. Choodamani Vasudevan with the lofty idea of helping the underprivileged in society, especially children lead a wholesome life through multiple level interventions. They have been trained by Amar Seva Sangam and are using the Enabling Inclusion® model and app in Chennai, Thiruvallur, Kancheepuram and Chengalput to reach 300 children via mobile clinics.
Academy for Severe Handicaps and Autism (ASHA) charitable trust was founded in 1995 with a strong focus on providing appropriate education to children and adults with autism. Started with 3 children in a small rented building in Malleshwaram, Bangalore in 1995, today 85 children are receiving therapies and education in the day school program.Each classroom in ASHA has a student teacher ratio of 2:1 to make learning effective. Each child is also a part of group sessions and circle time where social skills are developed. ASHA is using the Enabling Inclusion® model and App’s multidisciplinary version to reach all children in their school with evidence based monitoring, evaluations and therapy protocols.