Members of a committee on employment and social affairs of the German Parliament visited Centre for the Rehabilitation for the Paralysed (CRP) on 25th August (Tuesday), 2015 at 11:30 am to 01:00 pm. Member of Parliament Dr. Matthias Bartke (SPD) – Head of delegation lead the visiting team. He was accompanying by Member of Parliament Mr. Klaus Ernst (DIE LINKE), Member of Parliament Mrs. Azize Tank (DIE LINKE), Member of Parliament Mrs. Brigitte Pothmer



For the first time in our country an Inclusive Job Centre at CRP-Mirpur was planning to establish for the person with disabilities. The main focus of the Inclusive Job Centre is to create job opportunity for the persons with disabilities and to ensure the inclusion of persons with disabilities into mainstream society. On 24th August at Conference room of CRP-Mirpur a MoU was signed between Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale



Community based intervention to prevent serious complication (CIVIC) following spinal cord injury in Bangladesh started its activities in collaboration with Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP). This project is funded by National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia and this project also works with The George Institute for Global Health for data storage and analysis. On 12th August, this project was inaugurated by Md. Shafiq-ul Islam, Executive Director, CRP. The inauguration



Two of CRP’s staff, Alphonse Nokrek, Asst. Supervisor-Metal Workshop and Md. Yeasir Arafat Alve, Lecturer, Occupational Therapy, BHPI volunteered themselves for Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Centre (SIRC) in Nepal. On 26th July they started for Nepal. Their main responsibilities are managing professional developmental activities and training session with staffs and volunteers; eating practice with modified devices; preparing wheelchair devices in workshop; dressing practice for tetraplegia  taking measurements for standing frame. They also carried some medical supplies for the patients injured in the recent devastating earthquake in Nepal. These



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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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