NASEOH - National Society for Equal Opportunities for the Handicapped

Project Brief: This project is for adding facilities to the computer training center in Smt. Kamla Mehta Vocational training center and to increase enrollment to 40 students from the current 25 students.
Project Type: Disabilities (description)
Primary Focus: children with disabilities (description)

Secondary Focus: other

Area: Urban
Supporting Chapter Contact: Arizona
Status: completed - sustainable
Project Steward: Sapna Natarajan
Project Partner(s): Sudha Balachandra
Other Contacts:
Project Address: , Postal Colony Road,,Chembur,
MAHARASHTRA  400071
Tel: 91-22-5220224 / 91-22-5220225
Stewarding Chapter: Arizona
Dec 2001ArizonaUSD 4000

Total = $4000

Add facilities to the computer training center in Smt. Kamla Mehta Vocational training center to increase enrollment to 40 students from the current 25 students.
To provide infrastructure and increased vocational training.
Voluntary non profit registered under the Bombay Public Trusts Act, Societies Registration Act and also under FCRA


HISTORY

1968 - Established by a group of industrialists, doctors, philanthropists and social workers under the leadership of Late Shri Vijay Merchant, in Bombay.

1978 - Establishment Of Additional Vocational Training Facilities at Smt Kamla Mehta NASEOH's Vocational Training Center for the disabled

1982 - Economic Rehabilitation process was started by securing job for disabled

1983 - The National Center For The Handicapped was opened with all possible structural features including ramps for the use of all categories for the disabled

1984 - Naseoh started providing aids like Caliper, Braces, Jaipur foot, Tri - wheelers, Wheel Chair for the mobility and hearing aids and other aids for Educational purpose to the disabled

1989 - NASEOH started supporting the disabled from low social economic status with Textbooks, Uniforms, Note Books attending normal schools

1995 - NASEOH established Falguni Learning Center for Special Children

1996 - Started providing Interest free loans to the disabled for establishing the small scale business