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2.77. Spinal Cord Injury Resources in PAKISTAN

mission is to empower Persons with Disabilities and Deafness (PWDD), so they can live better and independent lives. And our ultimate goal is """ inclusive, barrier-free, and right based society
FOP is a registered non profit Organization, striving for an inclusive environment, supporting people with disabilities live and perform to their full capacity – individually, socially, politically, economically, and inspiringly.
Pakistan Disabled Foundation
Pakistan Disabled Foundation is an organization of the peoples with disabilities of all categories, working actively in all walks of life to the maximum possible extent.

Paraplegic Center Hayatabad, Peshawar, is the only state of the art facility, providing free of cost, Medical/Surgical and Nursing Care, along with Physical, Occupational, Vocational and Psycho-social rehabilitation services to patients with Spinal cord injuries from all over the country as well as Afghanistan.
SWO is a community based, charitable and a non profit Registered organization, to fulfill the basic needs of the low income category, and establish a prosperous society filled with moral values, dignity and self respect. Poverty alleviation, Early Education, Environment development and conservation. Human Rights, Community Health Care, youth and Women Empowerment, and Rehabilitation of the differently baled are the key components in our mandate.
Special Attention Towards Handicapped (SATH)
Special Attention towards Handicapped (SATH) is a non-profit organisation working with disabled children who live in marginalized communities in rural and suburban area through community based rehabilitation program. Handicapped children are often neglected in Pakistani society.

Special Talent Exchange Program
STEP is a cross disability organization, with a prime objective of empowerment of disabled persons through capacity building and advocacy. STEP is engaged in Leadership, ICT and Independent Living training of disabled persons.

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