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On-going Programs:
History

TSDCBD was established in 1991 by Mrs. Shashi Kala Singh, Founder and Executive President.  Activities began in 1991 with a nine month computer training course for two blind and one deaf student. The training took place in a ground floor room in Mrs. Shashi Kala Singh’s house. This was a historical event as it was the first time computer training for blind and disabled people had been delivered in Nepal. Over the succeeding two decades during which many  difficulties had to be addressed through hard work, the organization is now recognised all over Nepal as a leading non-profit organization. TSDCBD holds its own buildings with plenty of space (area 31,104 sq ft)  located in Kirtipur, Kathmandu and conducts thirteen different training modules with seven other supportive activities and  rehabilitation/special projects.
 
TSDCBD is registered with the Nepal Government(Reg. No. 295/2047), is affiliated to the Social Welfare Council (Reg. No. 338/2047) and registered in PAN No. 301905406.
Key Aims & Objectives of TSDCBD
  • To eliminate superstitious beliefs, such as those which hold that blindness & disability are a curse of God.
  • To demonstrate that blind and disabled people are capable workers.
  • To boost the morale of blind & disabled people by giving them training and to help them to find suitable jobs.
  • To enhance the socialisation process of people with disabilities by creating a positive attitude towards disability.
  • To build the capacities of people with disabilities so that they may claim their rights and entitlements from society and the state.
  • To support people with disabilities to be self-reliant through social, economic and medical rehabilitation.
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Phulmaya is physically disabled, 31 years of age. Her parents Purna (father) and Charimaya Tamang (mother) had given her birth in 2035 B.S ....................................... + Read More
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