The Society for Minors' Protection and Development (SMPD) aims to enhance the quality of life for 86 persons with disabilities by providing them with essential assistance for better social engagement opportunities. This includes distributing 15 hearing aid devices, 57 wheelchairs, and 14 crutches to offer vital support to persons with disabilities.
The Society for Minors' Protection and Development (SMPD) has been actively engaged with 10 rural communities focusing ondifferent thematic areas in Sindh, Pakistan. Within these communities, persons with disabilities have been identified and required assistance to meet their basic needs. Due to limited income and rising inflation, they struggle to afford essential mobility aids such as hearing aid devices, wheelchairs, and crutches. Among these individuals are 30 men, 29 women, and 27 children.
The project aims to provide 15 hearing devices, 57 wheelchairs, and 14 crutches to the identified individuals, enabling them to overcome physical barriers and interact more effectively with their communities.
86 persons with disabilities will gain more independence and mobility. This assistance will not only improve their quality of life but also enable them to interact better with others and access education. Moreover, creating a supportive environment in schools will ensure that disabled children can attend regular school with the help of their peers. This inclusive approach will foster a sense of belonging and empower individuals with disabilities.
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