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  • Organisation

    The Lao Disable People’s Association (LDPA), Xiengkhuang Province Branch was established in 2000. In 2015, the Xiengkhuang Governor office did the agreement letter for the establishment of the LDPA Xiengkhuang branch and recently, the Xiengkhuang (XK)Governor approved for the new Board members of the Association.

    Since 2012 until now, there are some grants that support the LDPA XK branch:

    •  August 2018, LDPA XK Branch was a development partner together with the PADETC.
    • In 2018, it was funded by ADDP for $ 12,500.
    • The Lao Women’s Rehabilitation Center funded 29 women/PWD for vocational training with $20,400.
    • Early 2018, The Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, Department of Labour funded the building of the Office in Xieng Khouang province with $ 32,000.
    • 2012-2013, LDPA XK Branch received funding of $70,000 from the CBN.
    • Organisation

      The Lao Disable People’s Association (LDPA), Xiengkhuang Province Branch was established in 2000. In 2015, the Xiengkhuang Governor office did the agreement letter for the establishment of the LDPA Xiengkhuang branch and recently, the Xiengkhuang (XK)Governor approved for the new Board members of the Association.

      Since 2012 until now, there are some grants that support the LDPA XK branch:

      •  August 2018, LDPA XK Branch was a development partner together with the PADETC.
      • In 2018, it was funded by ADDP for $ 12,500.
      • The Lao Women’s Rehabilitation Center funded 29 women/PWD for vocational training with $20,400.
      • Early 2018, The Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, Department of Labour funded the building of the Office in Xieng Khouang province with $ 32,000.
      • 2012-2013, LDPA XK Branch received funding of $70,000 from the CBN.
    • Project

      The Strengthening and Equality of People with Disability and Community Development (SEPCoD) project increases the capacity and participation of persons with disabilities (PWD) in social-economic development through two main objectives:

      • Strengthening their professional skills development and rights to access social activities in relation to their participation in community development, and
      • Supporting PWD in implementing equality and participation in the larger community development.

      In order to reach these objectives, a set of activities is undertaken in three components: capacity strengthening of PWD in professions for their livelihoods, understanding and analysing the problem, and implementing and addressing the problem through a set of actions. The outcomes of these activities are beneficial to the community, especially on the equality between the general community and the PWDs thus creating sustainable income generation for people with disabilities.

      Furthermore, with the involvement of everyone in the design, planning and implementation, the project addresses the needs of PWDs in increasing equality, social participation and community development integration with sustainable social-economic development and jobs as well as supporting the empowerment of civil society organisation (CSO) and/or community based organisation (CBO) in their community development.

  • Project

    The Strengthening and Equality of People with Disability and Community Development (SEPCoD) project increases the capacity and participation of persons with disabilities (PWD) in social-economic development through two main objectives:

    • Strengthening their professional skills development and rights to access social activities in relation to their participation in community development, and
    • Supporting PWD in implementing equality and participation in the larger community development.

    In order to reach these objectives, a set of activities is undertaken in three components: capacity strengthening of PWD in professions for their livelihoods, understanding and analysing the problem, and implementing and addressing the problem through a set of actions. The outcomes of these activities are beneficial to the community, especially on the equality between the general community and the PWDs thus creating sustainable income generation for people with disabilities.

    Furthermore, with the involvement of everyone in the design, planning and implementation, the project addresses the needs of PWDs in increasing equality, social participation and community development integration with sustainable social-economic development and jobs as well as supporting the empowerment of civil society organisation (CSO) and/or community based organisation (CBO) in their community development.

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