"Do not wait for the dark clouds to pass, go out and dance in the  rain"

 

Accidents and illnesses resulting in disability are part of life in all countries of the world.    In Bangladesh these incidents are further complicated by poverty. CRP’s aim is to reduce accidents in general and for those who have succumbed, provide the best standard of treatment and rehabilitation possible at the same time giving this support at a subsidized rate for those who cannot contribute to their costs.   It is for the provision of this financial support that we rely on our partners who donate so generously from countries around the world.   Donations are received from the Government of Bangladesh and funding agencies as well as individuals and are raised in various ways from the proceeds of flea markets and the sale of CRP calendars to contributions made at Bangladeshi restaurants and by sponsored marathon runners.  Financial support is the back-bone of CRP’s work enabling those staff members on the ground to work for the poorest persons with disabilities. We continue to favour the Robin Hood method, taking from the wealthy to give to the poor and it is for this wonderfully generous help that we thank all our donors.
 

 

 

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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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The two weeks scrap metal sculpture fountain exhibition held from 22nd February to 7th March, 2019 was hosted by the British Council in its beautiful garden. The series of ...

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As 8th February, 2019 was public holiday, this year CRP’s Founder, Valerie Taylor’s birthday was celebrated on 7th February 2019. CRP’s staff

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CRP organized a conference and a daylong workshop on “Pressure ulcer prevention” on 10th February, 2019 at its ...

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SUCCESS STORY [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

Hisbullah a boy with Cerebral Palsy was admitted to the William and Marie Taylor Inclusive School of CRP in 2009 in the ...

SUCCESS STORY [ CRP BANGLADESH ]

Sharmin Abbasi was born in 1991 following a normal delivery. After three days of her birth she had fever and on examination doctors found her with Athetoid type of Cerebral Palsy

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Kamrunnahar Shampa is a lovely lady aged 27 years. She works as a receptionist at CRP and is also studying to obtain the BA Degree.

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