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About ARTC

The permanent building of ASRA was inaugurated by the Hon'able Union Minister, Government of India Shri Jaipal Reddy on 28th April 2007. His Excellency, the Swiss Ambassador Dr. Dominique Dreyer in India has also supported the mission of ASRA and was personally present on the occasion of the inauguration of ASRA building. Also present was President, ASRA Foundation Switzerland, Mr. Jakob Schmid, alongwith other Board members of the ASRA Foundation Switzerland. Leading NGOs, Rehab Professionals, Researchers, Social Workers, Social Activists etc. also attended the function. ARTC has four floors out of which three floors contain its various programs such as assessment, medical & therapeutic services, vocational training programs, one floor contains conference room, accounts and.

Administration, library etc. The building, including toilets, is totally barrier free.The ramp around the building makes it possible for the wheelchair users to mov about on any floor of building. The building is specially designed according to needs of PwDs. During the year under report renovation work of the ARTC building was undertaken.

Future Plan

The building does not have a lift but there js ran for it and ASRA hopes to install a lift once funn available for this purpose.

About CBR Program

As per Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) list 2010, there are 1050 registered slum communities in Delhi with a population of approximately 23,06,585 and a total of approximate 4,61,317 hutments, ASRA is working in 39 slum communities of West Delhi Covering over 8.5 lakh population and mainstreaming over 2000 PwDs identified for comprehensive rehabilitation,

Since its inception, ASRA has rendered its Services to over ten thousand beneficiaries but we feel that whatever ASRA is doing in the field of disability and rehabilitation is just a drop in the ocean and a lot Still needs to be accomplished to empower marginalized people to realize their dreams.

Aims and Objectives of ASRA

  • To promote economic independence and rehabilitation of persons with disabilities through enhancing physical and functional competencies and skill development.
  • To develop sustainable resources for prevention, early identification and intervention, integrated education, employment, recreation, respite care and other needs in the community through partnership with disabled persons, their families and community.
  • To empower persons with disabilities, their families and care givers to become self advocates for their needs and rights and work towards creating a ‘barrier free environment'.
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