“Quality specialised services: 443 people received specific support and prosthetic, orthotic and assistive devices to regain hope and have them lead a safe and practical life.”
- Over 270 people receive ongoing physical rehabilitation. Special classrooms help children with disabilities gain physical strength and develop cognitive skills.
- Enhanced accessibility for people with disabilities: 26 houses and public places have been improved, such as walkways and latrines, to cater to people with special needs.
- Self-Reliance: In 2014, 68 people with disabilities received training on livelihoods skills, helping them to manage work areas, such as agriculture, maintain equipment and create self-help groups.
“I lost my arms and leg because of landmines. I almost gave up. Luckily, I received training on farming. My hope has returned”
said Tel Tel, a refugee with disabilities in Mae La camp