Animal Assisted Therapy for Children in Guatemala Gregorio Samuelito Gaspar

Asociacion de Padres y Amigos de Personas con Discapacidad de Santiago Atitlan

Org #30572
Vetted since 2015 Site Visit Verified
1998
year founded
$11,297
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

ADISA, an Association of Parents and Friends of People with Disabilities, is a non-profit, based in Santiago Atitlan, Solola. Our mission is to assist, defend and further the rights of people with disabilities. Using a strategy of community-based rehabilitation (CBR), we envision an outcome where persons with disabilities and the community are brought together on an equal basis. We believe this not only helps people in need, but also provides tangible benefits to the communities where they live. ADISA has programs in healthcare, education, employment, and social empowerment that foster these goals.

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
Francisco Sojuel
Francisco Sojuel
Cailin Campbell
Cailin Campbell
Francisco Chavajay
Francisco Chavajay
Team
Francisco Sojuel Navichoc
Organization Information
http://www.adisagt.org
Facebook Page
Canton Tzanchicham
Santiago Atitlan, -
Guatemala
(+502)7721 7919

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 7802139606
Organization Information
http://www.adisagt.org
Facebook Page
Canton Tzanchicham
Santiago Atitlan, -
Guatemala
(+502)7721 7919

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 7802139606

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Aug 21, 2018
Final Report: Animal Assisted Therapy
In this last quarter, our therapy dog, Mo’os, continued with his previous therapies and also began working with a group of five children with various disabilities. This new strategy allowed...
Jul 27, 2018
Early Intervention for Children in Guatemala; April - July 2018.
The following report details the progress of our Early Intervention program during the months of April through July 2018. Thanks to your valuable contributions, our program is currently attending to a...
May 24, 2018
Making progress in animal therapy!
Veterinary Update: These past few months, Mo´os has been swimming a lot! Although he loves the water, the vet noticed that he suffered from water related allergies. After prescribing a...
 
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