Prayatna Nepal in partnership with Lalitpur Metropolitan City has conducted 1 day orientation on community based rehabilitation for concerned stake holders and person with disabilities from Lalitpur Metropolitan City, ward number21 on 2nd July 2022. The main objective of the program was to sensitized person with disabilities and concerned stake holders on community based rehabilitation. That program has include following topic: Disability concept and definition,Disability classification based on functional impairment and severity,Community based rehabilitation concept and metrics government provision and Available service for person with disabilities.The session was facilitate by Ms. Neera Adhikari undersecretary of Nepal government and Ms. Sarita Lamichhane chairperson of Prayatna Nepal. After the orientation program, a ward level group of person with disabilities was formed under the leadership of Mr.Rajbhai Maharjan. Closing ceremony- the closing ceremony was hosted by Ms. Jimawati Lamkolia executive board member of Prayatna Nepal. Ms. Sarita Lamichhane did chair on closing ceremony Helen Sobha Maharjan ward member of Lalitpur Metropolitan City was the Chief Guest likewise Ms. Nira Adhikari undersecretary of Nepal government and Ms. Binita Regmi vice chairperson of national association of physical disabled was special guest respectively.Ms. Neera Adhikari thanked Prayatna Nepal and Lalitpur metropolitans city for organizing this program including the most vulnerable but excluded group from ward number 21.. She stressed in the importance of CBR to change the lifestyle of person with disabilities. ms. Helen Sobha Maharjan Chief guest made commitment among the participants that ward number 21 is always ready to empower person with disability. She urged the participants to come with concrete plan for the sustainable development of person with disability which can reduce their economic dependency. At last, ms. Sarita Lamichhane chair person of Prayatna Nepal gives vote of thanks to all participants.
32 concerned stake holders were sensitized on community based rehabilitation and government provision for person with disabilities.