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Society For Child Development

Rehabilitating mentally challenged children
assured_image Differently Abled Delhi
Support the meal expenses of a special needs person
Awards & Recognition
Champion level - Guide Star India Platinum Award
Last audited December 2018
Driven by the conviction that there is a way to create a world of equal opportunities for people with disabilities, the Society for Child Development (SFCD) was set-up as a non-profit organization in 1992 to establish programs and initiatives for its actualization. Prabhat, a school for children with learning difficulties was set up with an aim to provide students with an educational and training facility that would assist them in acquiring basic living and academic skills. At the age of 18, students transfer to the Vocational Training Center to learn market-driven skills and crafts. But the road to development is not about school and vocational education alone, and SFCD embarked on a unique website called the Disability India Network. Encouraged by the enthusiastic responses, they added an Online Legal Aid Cell which provides pro-bono counsel to the differently-abled and their families. To expand the scope and extend their reach further, they also set-up a Parent Support Network to provide a forum for parents to benefit from each others' experiences. Because of this expansion, the Society for Child Development now includes a variety of programs and initiatives to promote the rights of persons with disabilities from several angles.
Leadership Madhumita Puri
Regular access to healthy and nutritious food
Society for Child Development works to create a world of equal opportunities for children and young adults with intellectual impairment and other disabilities. Its first project, in 1992, was Prabhat, a school for children with learning difficulties. Prabhat provides its students with an educational and training facility that empowers them with the skills that are essential for a successful life as an adult. Disabled children who graduate from Prabhat and have achieved some basic level of proficiency are sent to the Skill Development Centre. They are trained in various skills like making nontoxic Holi colors, weaving, tailoring, candle making, paper making etc based on their aptitude, intelligence and the type and extent of disability. Donations received from this option will be utilized for providing nourishing and wholesome midday snacks and meals to the 60 intellectually challenged children/youth being educated/ trained at Prabhat Special School/ Skill Development center.

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