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We have partnerships with the following institutions to conduct research and program evaluation for our Enabling Inclusion(R) program.
UNICEF AND WHO Nurturing Care Framework
Amar Seva Sangam’s Enabling Inclusion program has partnered with UNICEF, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the International Centre for Disability and Rehabilitation at the University of Toronto to assist in the production of a Nurturing Care Framework Thematic Brief for children with developmental disabilities by identifying how to integrate nurturing care practices into existing systems.
WHO Package of Interventions for Rehabilitation (PIR)
Amar Seva Sangam’s Enabling Inclusion program is assisting the World Health Organization develop a Package of Interventions (PIR) for Rehabilitation for Cerebral Palsy (CP). The PIR will provide relevant information on interventions for rehabilitation to support ministries of health in planning, budgeting, and integrating evidence-based rehabilitation into health systems.
Amar Seva Sangam partnered with United Nations India to lead 5 multi stakeholder consultations across Southern Indian region on ‘Mainstreaming Disability Inclusion in Implementation of Sustainable Development Goals.
International University Exchanges
Through our partner organization in Canada – Handi-Care Intl., we host rehab students, faculty and professionals from international universities for placements, both tele-rehab and in-person for knowledge sharing in Amar Seva’s Sangam’s Enabling Inclusion program. We have signed affiliation agreements with 11 universities across Canada and USA to facilitate these clinical placements in India. We have hosted more than 300 rehab students and 60 faculty and volunteers from the fields of Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Pathology.Placements focus on capacity building for both students and rehab workers in the Enabling Inclusion program, consultative care for children and families, project work and research.
For more details, see: https://www.handicareintl.org/placement-overview-2.php