Service PartnersService partners have excellent clinical provision and extensive reach into their local communities.
CLASP partners with local organizations around the world that provide high-quality clinical services. Each organization demonstrates a high capacity for client engagement, project administration, financial transparency, inventory control and importation management. For more information on our partner organizations, click on the links below.
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Al-Hussein Society is a non-governmental organization that offers comprehensive rehabilitation services for PWD of all ages. Al-Hussein is committed to creating an inclusive society by raising community awareness in cooperation with public and civil societies, promoting laws, and safeguarding the rights of PWDs. Based in Amman, Al-Hussein reaches beneficiaries across Jordan and the Middle East (read more).
With 21 pediatric rehabilitation facilities across México, Fundación Teletón is the largest pediatric rehabilitation system in the world. Teleton’s mission is to respect and safeguard each individual´s dignity and to serve all children with neuromusculoskeletal disabilities by providing comprehensive rehabilitation services, thus facilitating each child´s full development and social inclusion. (read more)
Shonaquip and the Uhambo Foundation are committed to improving the quality of life for PWD in Africa. Shonaquip provides client-focused support services that include assessment, customized fittings, training and follow-ups. Shonaquip also empowers therapists with the ability to make appropriate device choices through clinical training and mentoring. Uhambo Foundation’s mission is to promote (read more)
Samoa National Health Service’s Mobility Device Service (NHS MDS) is a center based, integrated mobility device service providing inpatient and outpatient services. Its mission is to create equal access for all Samoans to quality and affordable mobility devices, and consistent and professional services. (read more)
UCP Roda Untuk Kemanusiaan (UCPRUK) is the first organization of its kind in Indonesia to provide appropriately fitted wheelchairs for children and adults, capacity-building training for local wheelchair practitioners and empowerment and advocacy programs for PWD in Indonesia. With the long-term support of the Indonesian government, it is UCPRUK’s goal to build (read more)
Motivation Romania’s mission is to develop sustainable programs to improve the quality of life for PWD in Romania. The services they offer cover a wide range of needs, from equipment suitable for different types of mobility disabilities to rehabilitation therapy and independent living training. Their programs focus on social, educational and professional inclusion. Motivation Romania aims to (read more)
Sirindhorn National Medical Rehabilitation Institution (SNMRI) belongs to the Department of Medical Services, under the Ministry of Public Health. As the national rehabilitation center in Thailand, SNMRI has a major role in providing tertiary and super-tertiary care in medical rehabilitation services, conducting research studies, training for health personnel, as well as performing policy advocacy in medical rehabilitation. (read more)
Indian Spinal Injuries Center (ISIC) is the largest independent and non-profit organization in India focusing on Spinal Cord Injuries Management. ISIC is committed to providing healthcare excellence, in terms of intensive multidisciplinary rehabilitation programs and expertise in helping patients to return to maximum independence following illness or injury.
IMREA’s mission is to provide PWD with rehabilitation services to meet their needs, developing their full physical, psychological, social, professional, and educational potential. A multi- and interdisciplinary team provides specialized care in 5 rehabilitation facilities in the city of São Paulo. (read more)
Founded in 1987, FUNTER’s mission is to ensure the comprehensive rehabilitation of PWD for their full inclusion in society. FUNTER has three centers in El Salvador and also coordinates with other organizations on programs, rehabilitation projects and knowledge sharing.
Founded in 2002, Fundación Futuro de Nicaragua (FoN) works to improve the quality of life in the most vulnerable sectors of Nicaragua through sustainable development programs in the areas of health, education and culture. Programs include wheelchair provision, reconstructive surgical care and art workshops.
The Association for People with Disability (APD) strives for equality and justice for PWD by ensuring opportunities, promoting inclusion and accessing rights and entitlements. Their programs include education, vocational training, mobility aids and therapy, as well as advocacy and networking. A recognized training institute by The Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI), APD also conducts training sessions (read more)
Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is the largest provider of disability and rehabilitative services in Tanzania. A non-governmental organization, CCBRT’s vision is a Tanzania where people have access to quality disability services as well as safe maternal and newborn healthcare. (read more)
The Ability People (TAP) is a secular, apolitical, independent nonprofit organization founded to create a measurable and sustainable impact in the lives of under-privileged communities in and around Visakhapatnam city in Andhra Pradesh, India. TAP endeavors to create a barrier-free and rights-based society where all people, regardless of their disabilities, gender, race or class (read more)