On-going Programs:
Support Us

At the moment we are working in the Katmandu area and we are helping around 300 blind and disabled students a year. We would like to extend our existing programs within the Kathmandu area and also into the more remote areas of Nepal. Your financial support will be very welcome to help us achieve our aim of improving the lives of the blind and disabled in Nepal.

Here are some examples what your support could provide.

• School materials for six months 35 euro
• Braille training or sign language training for one student 35 euro
• School fees for one student for six months 140 euro
• Meals for one student during six month training period 175 euro
• Full training costs (training, food, housing, materials) 385 euro

We are also looking for (corporate) sponsorship to help with our plans to construct a new dining area and additional student accommodation. Due to the growth in the number of students we urgently need additional capacity. If you would like to have more information on our building plans or are considering funding, please contact us for more details.

If you would like to make a financial contribution to the work of TSDCBD , our bank details are as follows:
Bank: Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Limited
Swift Code: SCBLNPKA
A/c holder\'s Name: Technical And Skill Development Centre for Blind And Disabled
NPR A/C No.: 01-0356107-01
Dollar A/C No.: 01-0356107-51
If you have any further questions about how your money will be used please contact,
Shashi Kala Singh
Founder/Executive President
Ph. No.  00977-1-4330178 
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.
tsdcbdsuccessfull stories

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