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Action For Ability Development & Inclusion (AADI)

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Address: 2, Balbir Saxena Marg, Hauz Khas

Aligned to the following Sustainable Development Goals

Who We Are

Started in 1978, as a centre for special education for children with Cerebral Palsy in Delhi, today AADI is an established National level organization working for the rights of all people with disability.
AADI has been the forerunner in creating service delivery approaches in urban and rural settings; developing a cadre of human resource to directly address the needs of persons with disabilities, spread services in different parts of the country and influence policy and law that addresses the needs of people with disabilities.
AADI pursues the Vision of an enabling world in which people with disability are acknowledged as a form of human diversity and are able to live with dignity, make all decisions about life; pursue equal opportunities; belong and contribute to families and communities.

AADI has worked with more than 10,000 people touched by disability/year; has trained 3000 professionals over the years and made significant contributions to the Legislative reforms.
The annual expenditure at AADI is approximately 4 crores. 80% of the recurring expenditure is towards delivering services to people with disability and their families. While 50% of our expenditure is self financed through income from rentals and interests, we require support to raise the balance amount.

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Raising Funds For

Education is a basic right of all children including children with disabilities. In spite of policy and legislation, children with disabilities continue to face barriers in accessing appropriate and meaningful educational opportunities.

The education program works with children across disabilities, parents, teachers, and the education system. The components of the program include

I. School preparation to prepare schools /parents/children for smooth admission and retention.
II. After-school hours program for in-school children requiring academic and impairment-specific support.
III. Life skills and basic education program for out-of-school children

We believe that education is lifelong and extend educational services to young adults / older people with disabilities. Various interest clubs, workshops, online group sessions, individual /group face-to-face sessions, and outings are organized regularly. The aim is to build academic, vocational, employability, and life skills for greater participation in activities at home/school/ educational institutions /community.

The areas of skill enhancement include:
• Language and communication
• Academics
• Functional literacy and numeracy
• Digital literacy
• Use of technology
• Use of public transport
• Social interactions
• Time Management
• Exercising choices and making decisions

We are supporting 250 children/young adults with disabilities and seek your active participation in reaching our goal to raise 25 lakhs through this platform

Fund Utilization in 2023

Total funds raised in 2023 - INR 707913

Project NameFulfilling Education and Life Skill Training Needs for People with Disabilities
Amount Utilized (INR)707913
Project DescriptionFunds raised addressed education, health, skilling, livelihood, self-care, travel, social security & relationship needs, impacted during the pandemic, of children and adults with disabilities.
LocationsSouth Delhi > Delhi (DL),North East Delhi > Delhi (DL),Faridabad > Haryana (HR)
CausesEducation > Early childhood learning,Education > Non formal education,Education > Awareness & advocacy,Health > Medical Support,Health > Mental health,Health > Nutrition,Health > Awareness & advocacy,Income > Skilling & vocational training,Income > Job readiness skills,Income > Income generation activities,Income > Awareness & advocacy
Beneficiary GroupPersons with Disabilities
Beneficiary DescriptionThe total number of beneficiaries across disabilities were 71 and they were in the age group of 12 to 40 years. There were 25 female clients with disabilities and 46 male clients with disabilities.
Impact• Initiated focused program to bridge the learning gaps.
• Prepared children for admissions to schools
• Provided life skills for out of school children, academic and rehab support to children in mainstream schools.
• Enabled skill enhancement to prepare youth with disabilities for livelihoods.
• Focused on addressing health and self-care needs.
• Re assessed the need for aids and adaptations and made provisions for individuals who need them.
• Conducted workshop for training of parents.
• Provided psychological support to persons with disabilities and families wherever required.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Project for Accelerated and Continued Education (PACE) 56
2 SOPAAN – Learning Ladder 15
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