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The Birth Injury Justice Center


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1330 Boylston St.
Suite 400
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

The Birth Injury Justice Center was created as a helpful resource focused on victims of birth injuries and their families. Our mission is to provide legal information and guidance and serve all families with disabilities caused by physical birth injuries.

Southern African Federation of the Disabled (SAFOD)


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P. O. Box AE 901 AEH, Molapo Crossing
Ipelo House, Plot 103, Unit 3, Commerce Park

We are a leading Southern African disability-focused network engaged in coordination of activities of organisations of Persons with Disabilities in the Southern Africa region. The organisation was formed in 1986 by persons with disabilities as a federation of Disabled Peoples Organisations (DPOs) with a strong presence in 10 countries. In each of these countries, we coordinate our programs and activities through national federations of DPOs, as follows:

- Federation of Organisations of Disabled People in Angola (FAPED);
- Botswana Federation of Disabled People (BOFOD);
- Lesotho National Federation of the Disabled (LNFOD);
- Federation of Disability Organisations in Malawi (FEDOMA);
- Forum of Associations of Disabled People in Mozambique (FAMOD);
- National Federation of People with Disabilities in Namibia (NFPDN);
- Disabled People South Africa (DPSA);
- Federation of Organisations of Disabled People in Swaziland (FODSWA);
- Zambia Federation of Disabled (ZAFOD); and
- Federation of Organisations of Disabled People in Zimbabwe (FODPZ).


"To advocate for the rights of Persons with Disabilities as well as nurturing and strengthening its affiliates and other stakeholders in Southern Africa to ensure promotion of inclusive development and human rights for persons with disabilities."


SAFOD operates under the following motto: "Unlocking an Inclusive Society for Persons with Disabilities in Southern Africa."


"An inclusive society where Persons with Disabilities are treated with dignity, respect and on the basis of equality."


SAFOD delivers on its mission of strengthening DPOs in SAFOD member countries through training, research, coordination, information-sharing, promotion of human rights and stimulating persons with disabilities' political and social development.


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Headquarter Washington D.C. office
RRB/ITC 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Suite 470 Washington, D.C. 20004 USA

Headquarter Marseille office
46 Rue de la Paix Marcel Paul, 13001 Marseille,

iMMAP turns data into information and creates knowledge for decision makers operating in development contexts, situations of violence, post-disaster, and conflict recovery. Our mission is to harness the power of information to facilitate evidence-based decisions to improve people’s lives.

IMMAP offer information management services, knowledge management services and change management services

The Rise Institute. Institute for Reconstruction and International Security through Education


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The RISE Institute in Washington, DC
3012 Porter Street, NW
Washington, DC 20008

The RISE Institute is committed to helping nations affected by conflicts or severe poverty to provide high-quality educational opportunities for young children, youth and families. RISE assists countries to develop comprehensive, culturally appropriate and effective policies, programs and evaluation systems for early childhood development, formal and non-formal education, girl's and women's education, and workforce development.

CORE Group

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901 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Suite 902 | Washington, DC 20006

CORE Group convenes global community health professionals to share knowledge, evidence, and best practices, and then translates these into the real world with a direct impact.

Disability Inclusion Helpdesk


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The Disability Inclusive Development (DID) programme aims to test innovative approaches to disability inclusion. It will produce evidence about what works in providing tangible outcomes for people with disabilities including access to education, jobs and healthcare, and to reduce stigma and discrimination.

The programme includes a Disability Inclusion Helpdesk facility providing disability inclusion research and advice to staff in DFID and across government. The Helpdesk draws on disability inclusion experts from a range of research institutions, independent consultants, non-governmental organisations and civil society organisations.

The Paediatric Blast Injury Partnership

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The Paediatric Blast Injury Partnership is committed to finding solutions to the challenges of blast injury for both patients and their caregivers. 

The Partnership seeks to deliver practical resources quickly to support treatment, practice, planning and training. 

The Partnership supports future research strategies for to improve outcomes for those suffering from paediatric blast injury.

European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations

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The EU Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations department has been providing assistance to people in need since 1992

Whenever there is a disaster or humanitarian emergency, the EU provides assistance for the affected countries and populations.

In line with the four principles grounded in International Humanitarian Law, EU humanitarian aid:

  • addresses human suffering, with particular attention to the most vulnerable groups of people, while respecting the dignity of all victims (humanity);
  • does not favour any side in a conflict (neutrality);
  • is provided solely on the basis of needs, without any kind of discrimination (impartiality);
  • is independent of any agenda, be it political, economic, military or else (independence).


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