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Landsforeningen LEV

Landsforeningen LEV is an advocacy organisation which works to improve the living conditions of people with learning disabilities (developmental disabilities) in Denmark. LEV also works on behalf of families of children with learning disabilities, and supports the right of these families to receive coordinated support - practical as well as financial - in order to minimize the impact of handicap on the family. LEV was founded in 1952. With financial support from the Danish government through DANIDA (Danish International Development Assistance), LEV is engaged in development projects in more countries in Uganda, South Africa, Vietnam, Nepal and now Ghana. LEV does not provide direct services to people. Its focus is aimed at decision makers at the local, regional, national and international level. LEV wants to ensure that people with learning disabilities will always have the opportunity to live as ordinary a life as possible. Being a person with a learning disability does not mean you should be treated better than others, just the same with the same opportunities.

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Disability Rights Fund

The Disability Rights Fund (DRF) is a collaboration between donors and the disability community to advance the new UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). DRF supports Disabled Persons Organizations in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, the Pacific Islands, and Eastern Europe/the former Soviet Union (fSU) to take the lead in advocating for the human rights of persons with disabilities at local and national levels, utilizing the mechanism of the CRPD.

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STAR-Ghana is a multi-donor pooled funding mechanism (Funded by DFID, DANIDA, EU and USAID) to increase the influence of civil society and Parliament in the governance of public goods and service delivery, with the ultimate goal of improving the accountability and responsiveness of Ghana’s government, traditional authorities and the private sector. It builds on previous programmes including the Rights and Voice Initiative (RAVI) (2004-2010); the Ghana Research and Advocacy Programme (G-rap) (2005-2011); KASA (2008-2010); and the Civil Society Governance Fund (CSGF) (2004-2010).

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Austraining International

Austraining International empowers global communities through building capacity to alleviate poverty, managing education and training programs and delivering special projects. As part of the Australian Government’s Australian Volunteers for International Development program funded by AusAID, Austraining International mobilises skilled, business and youth volunteers on short and long term assignments across Asia, the Pacific, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.

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