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Building on the successes of our fundraising goals and the project’s implementation in 2012, Mira is continuing support of these services.

Community Based Rehabilitation Services, part 2

byErika Clary

  • $2,834.00

    Funding Goal
  • $2,834.00

    Funds Raised
  • 35

    Kids Impacted
Raised Percent :
100.00%
This project has been funded.
35
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Requested Item

Item Cost

# of Items

Total

Three disability accessible toilets, three ramps, and three wooden walking aids

$50

6

$300

Learning materials & games (paper, markers, and specialized toys)

$250 per site

3

$750

Transportation for parents to rehabilitation training centers in rural areas

$1/trip

24 trips x 10 mos.

$240

Home Monitoring Visits by Staff

$3/visit

80

$240

Parent training & support sessions on raising children with disabilities

$70

4

$280

Refreshments for children

$72/month

10 mos.

$720

Subtotal, not including project support

$2530

*Project Support (Mira)

12%

1

$304

PROJECT TOTAL

$2834

*Donation includes: (a) PayPal secured processing (2.2% + $0.30 per transaction), (b) administration and technology to ensure this project reaches goal

About This Project: 

Per Komar Pikar Foundation – “Youth with moderate to severe disabilities are unable to access life skills, education, and therapeutic services within their communities, most often in rural areas. This project will provide children with, not only, access to community based rehabilitation, but also access to function within their own homes. These homes will be modified to become more disability accessible according to each family’s needs.”


About This Organization: Riverkids

Per Komar Pikar Foundation – “The Komar Pikar Foundation is a registered NGO in Cambodia. KPF has a strong governance record, dedicated and trained staff and assistance from international advisers. While KPF is a relatively new NGO (2007), our staff and advisers have been working with this disadvantaged group since the mid 90s. KPF supports poor children with moderate to severe disabilities like cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, autism, and other impairments. These children have largely been ignored in our community as most services assist those with mild to moderate disabilities. However, for the parent of a child with a more severe disability, it is a huge burden.

KPF has several community-based programs that provide day-care support including living skills, physical therapies, and activities for these children in Phnom Penh and in the rural region of Kampot. KPF aims to demonstrate the effectiveness of providing these programs and to encourage more and more services in the country.”

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