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2.104. Spinal Cord Injury Resources in UGANDA

Action Disability Development
ADDs vision of a world where all disabled people are able to enjoy their rights, fulfill their responsibilities and obligations and participate as fully as they choose at every level of society.
Katalemwa Cheshire Home for Rehabilitation Services
Katalemwa Cheshire Home for Rehabilitation Services (KCH) is a non-governmental development organization involved in the rehabilitation of children with disabilities.
Mobility Appliances by Women with Disabilities
MADE works with people with disabilities coming from all over the nation and from neighboring countries. It trains women on how to build wheelchairs and also empowers them to mobilize and achieve full participation in society.

The National Union of Disabled Persons of Uganda (NUDIPU), is an indegenous umbrella NGO of Persons With Disabilities (PWDs), formed in November 1987. It brings together all categories of disabilities including the physically, sensory and mentally impaired people. The coalition has always worked to break the tradition that tended to treat PWDs as objects of charity and medical care.

Uganda Charitable Spine Surgery Mission
The Uganda Charitable Spine Surgery Mission exists; to provide the best possible spine care to Ugandan patients afflicted by infectious, degenerative, traumatic and congenital spinal ailments. In addition the Mission will strive to provide a fertile environment for the education of those serve these patients.

Uganda National Action on Physical Disability
The Uganda National Action of Physical Disability (UNAPD) works to remove barriers that prevent people with physical disabilities from enjoying, on equal basis, all the rights enjoyed by the citizens of Uganda
Uganda Society for Disabled Children
Uganda Society for Disabled Childrens mission is to help children with disabilities and their families to access resources and opportunities to enable them to achieve their full potential.

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