Spinal Cord Injuries' Development Association-Bangladesh [SCIDAB] had a warm get together and celebrated Eid-Reunion on the 2nd October 2015 at Reddaway Hall, CRP. Hundreds of Spinal Cord Injured brothers and sisters and their family members joined the program. It was full of excitement, fun, gossip, food, games, sports, sharing of life stories and experiences, music, dancing, singing, raffle draws and other programs for a day with family and friends. Held a rewarding briefing session, had a very educational
The largest congregation of persons with disabilities for Eid-UL-Adha Prayer was held in CRP’s Jame Mosque in the morning of 25th September. More than two hundred and fifty (250) persons with disabilities, including two hundred (200) wheelchair user took part in congregation to achieve bless of the Allah. Md. Shafiullah, Incharge, Social Welfare Unit along with all other staff, patient and caretaker of patients attended the congregation. At the end of the prayer all the attendant including people with disabilities exchange their Eid greetings with embrace of each other’s. After prayer,
A small group of students and scholarship holders of the Hans Böckler Foundation visited Centre for the Rehabilitation for the Paralysed (CRP) on Wednesday, 16 September 2015. Mrs. Susann Grieger and Ms. Bettina Schmidt, senior advisor, GIZ accompanying them.
During the visit, CRP arranged a multimedia presentation on its overall activities for the guests including ongoing projects and the students were also briefed about the rehabilitation program and activities running for the rehabilitation and reintegration for the patient
Road traffic injuries (RTI’s) are a global epidemic. Every year RTI’s result in almost 20,000 fatalities and over 400,000 injuries, with many more suffering due to the loss of loved ones and income. In a research we have seen that RTA is the third highest causes of SCI.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between TraumaLink Bangladesh Ltd. and Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) on 16 September, 2015. The purpose of the MoU is to make sure the minimum damage after the accident
CRP are looking for native English Language speaking volunteers
The Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) has lots of graduation level students, school students, patient and staff who need to improve their English language skills. So we are looking for long term foreign native English language speaker volunteers who can help us with improving our English language skills. If you are dedicated to give volunteer service here, you are most welcome.
(Minimum time for the volunteer service is 6 months to 1 year)
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