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Handicapped

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

Organizations relating to Handicapped

International Leprosy Union / Est. 1986
International Advisory Committee on Scouting with the Handicapped
Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Ibero-American Network of Information Centres on Disability
European Federation of Associations of Teachers of the Deaf / Est. 1969
Foundation for the Ranum International Centre for the Handicapped
Ski for Light / Est. 1975
European Confederation for the Employment of Handicapped Persons / Est. 1990
Inas / Est. 1986
International Welfare Society for Mongoloid and Retarded Children
Fédération interalliée des invalides de la guerre
Nordic Association for Rehabilitation / Est. 1930
Servants of Charity / Est. 1908
European Dyslexia Association - International Organisation for Specific Learning Disabilities / Est. 1987
European Centre for Research and Accessibility Promotion
International Forum for Sexuality and Disability / Est. 1980
Commonwealth Association for Health and Disability / Est. 1983
Association maison chance / Est. 1993
Convention Concerning Compulsory Invalidity Insurance for Persons Employed in Industrial or Commercial Undertakings, in the Liberal Professions, and for Outworkers and Domestic Servants / Est. 1933
West African Federation of Associations for the Advancement of Handicapped Persons / Est. 1980
Caribbean Association on Mental Retardation and Other Developmental Disabilities / Est. 1972
IHD International
Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta / Est. 1099
Caribbean Association for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled / Est. 1981
Leonard Cheshire Disability / Est. 1948

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World Problems relating to Handicapped

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Analgesia
Reason
Misperception
Intellectual inefficiency
Learning disorders
Difficulty
Influencelessness
Unskillfulness
Unintelligence
Maladjustment
Untimeliness
Inexpedience
Restraint
Social withdrawal of aged
Hereditary diseases
Memory defects
Diseases of metabolism
Impairments of visual acuity
Cretinism
Functional illiteracy
Reading disabilities
Mathematical ignorance
Mental deficiency
Diseases of the digestive system
Urinary incontinence

Action Strategies relating to Handicapped

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Rehabilitating the handicapped
Employing the disabled
Developing handicap training
Organizing sporting events for the disabled
Exploiting mentally handicapped people
Providing protection for disabled during states of emergency
Caring for the blind
Correcting eye disorders
Providing Internet resources for people with disability
Strengthening disability awareness
Ensuring adequate educational opportunities for disabled persons
Promoting the collective organization of disabled persons
Promoting the equal participation of the disabled in religion
Preventing disabilities
Educating disabled people
Overcoming developmental disabilities
Treating number-blindness
Exploiting handicapped people
Providing for impoverished disabled persons
Providing inadequate educational facilities for disabled persons
Rehabilitating visually handicapped
Minimizing developmental disabilities
Educating visually handicapped
Counselling learning-disabled college students
Assisting visually handicapped persons

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