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CRP’s journey began in 1979 in order to meet the desperate needs of People with Disabilities. CRP uses a Holistic Approach of Rehabilitation and Community Re-integration Process.

Over time, CRP has become recognized as an internationally renowned organization that serves and rehabilitates people with disabilities.

   

 

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LATEST NEWS

  

LATEST NEWS [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

CRP has successfully completed the Training of Trainers (ToT) training of two groups under Phase 2 on Neuro Developmental Disability (NDD) in collaboration with Multi-Agency International Training and Support (MAITS). 

LATEST NEWS [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

On the occasion of Bangladesh’s 50 years of independence and 100th birth anniversary of the ‘Father of the Nation’ Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, CRP’s Rehabilitation Wing arranged a two days sports competition for person

LATEST NEWS [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

CRP observed the World Autism Awarness Day on April 2 which was organised by the Paediartic Department of CRP. This year the theme was “Inclusion in the Workplace: Challenges and Oportunities in a Post Pandemic World”.

SUCCESS STORY

  

SUCCESS STORY [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

The birth of conjoined twins occurs once in every 50,000 births. Attachment at the skull (craniopagus malformation) is very rare and seen in only 2% to 6% of all cases of conjoined twins

SUCCESS STORY [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

Eighteen years old, Rakib Michael Biswas came from a Korean safe home named “kkottongnae Bangladesh” of Gazipur district (a Korean safe home in Gazipur, Dhaka)..

SUCCESS STORY [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

Twenty three years old, Md. Habibur Rahman came from a destitute family from a village of Mymensingh district. He is a congenitally physical disabled person (Adult Cerebral Palsy). From his early age, he grew up with contempt from..

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