Latvian Association for Support of Disabled People

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Latvian Association for Support of Disabled People (LASDP)
Founded 2010
Founder Elvis Volberg(UK), Vitaly Tihonenko
Type Registered charity, NGO
Focus Support the rights and interests of all people with disabilities
Location
  • Riga
Area served Latvia
Members 154 (2013)
Employees 30
Volunteers 210
Slogan "You can!"
Website http://asociacija.org/

Latvian Association for Support of Disabled People (LASDP) is non-profit organization founded in 2010[1] and based in Riga, Latvia. Association supports the rights and interests of Latvian people with disabilities, provides transportation and other services, including education and employment consulting. Since 2011 LASDP participates in international projects and activities in collaboration with other Latvian non-profit organizations and Ministry of Welfare of the Republic of Latvia.[2]

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Projects and Activities[edit]

  • Promotion of economic and social integration of disabled people
  • Accessibility Research projects
  • Educational services for disabled people
  • Transportation services

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