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The holistic nature of CRP's work is reflected in the fact that its work covers several areas of development including human rights, poverty alleviation, health care provision and education.

CRP's headquarters is in Savar with an additional three functioning sub-centres throughout Bangladesh.

CRP-Gonokbari is a residential vocational re-training centre for disabled women and girls, CRP-Gobindapur is a centre for out-patient and community based services in Sylhet Division and CRP-Mirpur is a thirteen-storey centre in Dhaka which provides medical, therapy and diagnostic services in addition to having several floors available for rent.

 

In addition to its work providing rehabilitation services for disabled people, CRP's academic institute, the Bangladesh Health Professions Institute (BHPI), has pioneered the training of relevant health professionals in Bangladesh. Courses are run up to BSc. Honours Degree level and affiliated with renowned institutions including Dhaka University and the Bangladesh State Medical Faculty. Some courses are the only ones of their kind in the country. BHPI is a national resource of Bangladesh, without which the quality of health services throughout the country and the future of vital health professions would be seriously compromised.

People throughout Bangladesh are touched by the work of CRP. Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) projects operate in 13 districts of the country. Accident and disability prevention programmes include research components and aim to educate vulnerable groups on safe working and living practises. Advocacy and networking activities bring CRP's work to the attention of relevant officials and promote improved co-ordination among the many organisation with which CRP works. Awareness raising and publicity campaigns inform the population of relevant issues and attempt to break down the barriers, superstitions and stigmas which prevent disabled people from enjoying equal rights and opportunities.

CRP is the only organisation of its kind in Bangladesh, a country with a population of 140 million. The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that 10% of the population in Bangladesh are disabled.

 

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Mohammed, a fifteen year old boy from Nigeria, is incapable of walking from his childhood. His father is a civil engineer working in Nigeria. Mohammed has three brothers and two sisters. All of them are studying in different educational institutions in Nigeria.

Mr. Zafar, father of Mohammed, always thought about his son for ensuring better treatment and cheerful moments in life. In Nigeria, Mr. Zafar took his son to the physical and occupational therapists for better treatment, but Mohammed had fractured in his knee and he needed an assistive device to walk. Mr. Zafar was unsure whether Orthotics Hospital available or not in Nigeria. So at first


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Abdullah, a 16 year old boy, who worked in the street of Dhaka City for the quest of earning. At his early age he left home for extra income and had no contact with his parents. He was passing his strenuous life in Dhaka City as usual with other street children. He got primary education before but did not continue for lack of family support.

Once he was working in the Komlapur Railway Station carrying passenger’s loads.When he stood with other children beside a large water drum, a train ticket checker came and pushed him to move away from there. At that moment, a running train came very near to Abdullah. He could not move from the railway plates immediately and got stuck with the railway slippers.


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