SFRAWD also emphasises Health and hygiene programme to lead an healthy life with indigenous food available. The number of people living with disability is increasing, in part due to ageing populations and an increase in chronic health conditions.
Disability is extremely diverse. While some health conditions associated with disability result in poor health and extensive healthcare needs, others do not. However, all people with disability have the same general healthcare needs as everyone else, and therefore need access to mainstream healthcare services. Article 25 of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) reinforces the right of persons with disability to attain the highest standard of healthcare, without discrimination. However, the reality is that few countries provide adequate quality services for people with disability.
Our major activities on Health and Nutrition:
- Organizing awareness programs– Differently abled welfare schemes & policies of government,
- Organizing trainings to parents of children with disabilities–Child care & protection,
- Medical healthcare support–Connecting with leading hospitals,