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SEID organized workshops on "Creating Jobs for the Persons with Neuro-Developmental Disabilities"

" About a month ago, SEID's self-advocacy team had participated in a two-day workshop in collaboration with SEID in order to make the work environment more disability-friendly and to create equal opportunities in mainstream employment. The workshop was on "Creating Jobs for the Persons with Neuro-Developmental Disabilities". "

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Orientation and sensitization meeting with mainstream school teachers, SMC and community

" SEID, as per the action plan of the project ‘Removing cultural barriers through education, therapy and vocational training for disadvantaged children with disabilities’ supported by HSBC 150th Community Fund, has organized an ‘Orientation and sensitization meeting with mainstream school teachers, SMC and community’ on 24th April, 2017 at Chhayanaut Auditorium, Dhanmondi, Dhaka. "

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SEID Stall at PURNOTA Fair organized by IDLC

" SEID is participating in the PURNOTA Fair organized by IDLC to be held from 8-10 March, 2017. The SEID stall will display the products made by the girls with neuro-developmental disabilities in the event. YOU ALL ARE INVITED TO VISIT OUR STALL! "

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Story of Redowan Bepari

" Redowan Bepari is a 23 years old person with Cerebral Palsy. He is a person with disabilities and a self-advocate who raises his voice for his rights and needs. Since May, 2021 he started receiving and getting training in a grocery store named “Almas General Store” located at Mohammadpur, Dhaka."

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Dream comes true

" Shabnam Akhter is now studying in a government primary school. But this is not achieved in the efforts of a day but has a long path to reach at this stage. Being a child with cerebral palsy, she was living inside the home from her childhood. She was living in Jeneva Camp with her parents. Because of limited income, stigma and lack of proper education, her parents were unable to provide the required treatments."

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Story of Tania: Moving beyond boundaries

" Tania Akter is a girl of 14 years having intellectual and physical disabilities. Tania and her family lives in Nurbagh, Kamrangir Char-a sub urban area of Dhaka city. The family history of Tania is a tragic one. She was the fourth daughter of her parents"

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