Empowerment: Socio-economic empowerment after rehabilitation through our Skills Development Program will allow patients to overcome occupational constraints through treatment, training, skills development, and micro enterprise development. This will enhanced their role of decision making in their society by granting them opportunities for business or employment through various HHRD programs.
Advocacy: “Mainstreaming is at once a method, a policy and a tool for achieving social inclusion, which involves the practical pursuit of non-discrimination and equality of opportunity: mainstreaming disability is about recognizing persons with disabilities as rights-holding, equal members of society who must be actively engaged in the development process irrespective of their impairment or other status, such as race; color; sex; sexual orientation; language; religion; political or other opinion; national, ethnic, indigenous or social origin; property; birth or age. Mainstreaming is also recognized as the most cost-effective and efficient way to achieve equality for persons with disabilities” UN Report
Out Reach: Organize free medical camps, awareness campaigns, walks, observing international days of persons with disabilities (IDPWDs) , organizing sports events for PWDs, seminars on the issues of disabilities.
Education: HHRD provides training for students who want to learn Physiotherapy, Medical Sciences, Dental Technology, Laboratory Technology and Radiology technologists. One of the distinct features of the program is free paramedical diploma in different disciplines to PWDs, and 50% fee compared to market for all other students. Student with disabilities receive free education at the HHRD institute.
Prevention: Today the Polio Virus exists in only three countries in the world: Niger, Afghanistan and Pakistan. HHRD aims to provide polio vaccines to prevent the polio.
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