Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities
Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities (CCD) - non-governmental organization in Thailand. Established in 1986 by Christian Outreach for Relief & Development (CORD), UK. Located in Nonthaburi, north of Bangkok.
The Foundation helps abandoned children with disabilities, regardless of gender, nationality, creed or religion. By May, 2007, it provided rehabilitation to about 500 children from the government homes in cooperation with local authorities. It also provides trainings for organizations from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam on how to develop services to the disabled in these countries.
CCD projects include:
- Four day-care centres
- Small residential care homes
- Community-based rehabilitation programs (CBR)
Some of the disabled and needy kids have been adopted by new parents with the help of the Christian Care Foundation.
The donors to CCD are private citizens, humanitarian organizations, business companies, religious organizations.
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