We appeal to you to help us raise funds to address educational, health, skill training, livelihood, travel, self-care, social security & relationship needs for 250 children and adults across disabilities.
Educational and rehabilitation support is required for school going children with disability to be able to meet their specific needs for learning and physical and functional wellbeing.
Adolescents/young adults /older people with disabilities will enhance academic, technical/vocational, life skills and opportunities to link with avenues of livelihood to be able to contribute as active citizens of the country.
Help us raise funds for our specific needs.
|Health, Education and Skilling Programme for People with Disabilities in Delhi- NCR||Funds raised will address education, health, skilling, livelihood, self-care, travel, social security & relationship needs of 250 children and adults with disabilities.|
A big thank you to all those who have donated on this page.
Started in 1978, as a centre for special education for children with Cerebral Palsy in Delhi, today AADI is an established National level organisation working for the rights of all people with disability.
AADI has been the forerunner in creating service delivery approaches in urban and rural settings; developing a cadre of human resource to directly address the needs of persons with disabilities, spread services in different parts of the country and influence policy and law that addresses the needs of people with disabilities.
AADI pursues the vision of an enabling world in which people with disability are acknowledged as a form of human diversity and are able to live with dignity, make all decisions about life; pursue equal opportunities; belong and contribute to families and communities.
AADI has worked with more than 10,000 people touched by disability/year; has trained 3000 professionals over the years and made significant contributions to the Legislative reforms.
The annual expenditure at AADI is approximately 4 crores. 80% of the recurring expenditure is towards delivering services to people with disability and their families. While 50% of our expenditure is self financed through income from rentals and interests, we require support to raise the balance amount.