Celebrating Tihar 2074

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Today Kartik 1st officially the second day of Tihar 2074  we celebrated this auspicious day today at CBR Bhaktapur along with Interact club of Everest English School Bhaktapur.  It is the most celebrated festival in Nepal after Dashain and is called festival of light . We all welcomed this prosperous festival with much enthusiasm.  We CBR family wish you all a very Happy tihar . 

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World Disability Day 2014

December 3, 2014- Scores of people young and old with disabilities, as well as so many of the organizations that support them marched through the streets of Bhaktapur to underscore the need for policies that are fair and equitable for the disabled.

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DENTAL CHECKUP AND AWARENESS CAMPIn continuation to dental hygiene  , a dental checkup and awareness camp was recently organised in CBR Bhaktapur. A dental team of specialist from Kathmandu medical college and staffs from CBROB jointly contributed in the dental camp. A team of senior specialist carried out a comprehensive dental checkup on kids from CBROB special school . The camp was conducted with the initiation on dental health awareness specially concentrating on tooth decay and gum diseases which is mostly seen in childrens with disability.

These routine dental checkups are one of the many free social events conducted in CBROB throughout the year .

 

Physiotherapy Services

Physiotherapy

Bhaktapur CBR started physiotherapy and counseling service, named Erik Physiotherapy and Counseling Center, as one of the separate program since June 1st, 2009. This service is not only for persons with disabilities rather for all. The main objective of this service is to provide qualitative physiotherapy service and essential counseling to any one who has problems of bone, joints, ,muscles ,neurological disorders or need this services because of any causes, including persons with disabilities. There is special privilege for persons with disabilities in this service. Served by competent and experienced human resources, this center has been providing its services to the people of Bhaktapur district in a very reasonable and affordable price. The collected amount will be utilized for the sustainability of this center and promotion and protection of the rights of persons with disabilities. For the establishment, financially a Norwegian couple named Erik Dahl Hansen and Hide Beate Gudim supported for this center.

Office of Information and Counseling Center

CBR Counseling Center
In the joint collaboration of Women Development Office (District level line agency of Ministry of Women Children and Social Welfare) and Bhaktapur and Bhaktapur CBR, district level disability related Information and Counseling Center was established on July 13, 2009. Bhaktapur CBR provided one room for office to the center in its own office building and the Ministry of Women Children and Social Welfare supported financially for some equipments and other information management cost. Bhaktapur CBR has the responsibility to run this center in regular basis. This center provides any kinds of disability related information (whatever available in Nepal and Bhaktapur district) about disability related laws, policies, bylaws, government services/facilities, NGO’s services, opportunities, rehabilitation services and so on to the right holders [persons with disabilities (PWDs) and their parents] and other stakeholders. The counseling service focuses to decreasing inferiority complex, accessing PWDs in rehabilitation services, increasing the cooperation of parents and decreasing family-level discrimination, enhancing the participation of PWDs etc.

CBR Works Where the Children Are

Walking in the Community, originally uploaded by pradhanpuspa.

Community-Based Rehabilitation is dedicated to a society where disabled children can remain at home, in their families, in the communities where they were born and feel at home. This child is receiving a home visit from one of CBR’s field workers. These field workers work with children right where they are, not requiring them to leave their homes, spend money on buses and other transport.

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