Goal of project: Disability Policies Implementation Improved (focused on Physical Access and Healthcare)
Overall Objective: To contribute to the implementation of CRPD and its monitoring and evaluation process in Viet Nam
From 7th February – 17th February 2014, ACDC and York University – Canada coordinated to organize a training programme and came into sight Monitoring Education Rights for Girls with Disabilities in Vietnam (MRGD).
The Project's planned effect on society is improved inclusive education for children with disabilities (CWDs)
The goal of this proposed project is to prevent the violence against women and girls with disabilities (WGWDs) in Tien Hai and Dong Hung district of Thai Binh province by raising WGWDs’ awareness on self-protection and support to improve local public infrastructures for them in their locality.
Ensure reproductive health care for woman with disabilities.
Blue Dragon serves children in crisis throughout Vietnam. We believe that every child deserves exceptional care and a chance to thrive. Blue Dragon kids are street kids, children with disabilities, and young people who have been trafficked.
The International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) is annually observed on 3 December to promote the full and equal participation of persons with disabilities and to take action for the inclusion of persons with disabilities in all aspects of society and development.
Lan Phuong came down with scoliosis in grade 3. From then on, her family embarked on a new chapter of endless hospital visits. Her self-consciousness prevented her from stepping a foot outside.
Developing clubs for WGWDS is one of the priorities in the project’s initiative to minimize sexual violence. Thanh Khe District WGWDs Club was established to meet the needs of exchanging and sharing information, along with helping each other in life.
“I’m really worried about my daughter. Whenever her monthly periods didn’t come, she had to use pregnancy test sticks. I cannot feel secure until that bastard is sent to prison. I’m now living in perpetual fear.”
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has issued new proposed rules for public comment to improve restroom access for passengers with disabilities on single-aisle aircraft.