Today, World Rehabilitation Fund continues its work to transform disability into possibility to ensure that all people, regardless of disability, have the right to participate fully in their communities, to attain education and viable employment.
It is our hope that together we can continue and expand these life-changing, innovative and transformative programs which improve the lives of persons with disabilities around the world.
|Cambodia||Artisans Association of Cambodia (comprised of 40 member organizations)||
||Approximately 2,600 artisans with disabilities and other vulnerable artisans; 73% of the beneficiaries are women|
|Haiti||Mobility and Rehabilitation Project at Hospital Adventiste D’Haiti, Port-au-Prince||
||Over 1,000 persons with disabilities (PWD), half of whom are children; training for 3-4 rehabilitation specialists in partnership with ProsthetiKa|
|Haiti||“Music for Haiti” program at Ecole St. Vincent, Port-au-Prince||
||Serving Ecole St. Vincent (450 school-aged children with disabilities)|
|Lebanon||Emergency Assistance Program for Syrian Refugees and Host Communities with Disabilities||
||As of May 2014, WRF served 628 PWD; over the next 12 months WRF will reach approximately 2,000 PWD (Syrian refugees and host communities in Lebanon)|
|Pakistan||Rehabilitation Project at the Pakistan Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled (PSRD) Center||
||Serving approximately 2,500 PWD in Lahore and the surrounding area; in partnership with PSRD and the American Friends of PSRD|
|Philippines||Emergency Assistance Program in Typhoon Haiyan-affected area of Tacloban||
||Donating equipment to three hospitals in Tacloban|
WRF’s global programs benefiting Women and Children encompass all sectors of work and are aimed at empowering women and children to achieve their rights.