Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Accomplishment Report

March 2, 2012

The Philippines, through NCDA, hosted the 2nd Asia and Pacific CBR Congress with the theme “CBR: Building Communities for Everyone” and Sub-Theme:  “Mainstreaming Disability in the Development Agenda” which was held on November 29 – December 1, 2011 at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel, Pasay City.  It was attended by 630 participants from 65 countries in the entire Asia Pacific Region and the rest of the world composed of representatives of organizations of PWDs, CBR practitioners, domestic and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and government officials, development agencies, donors, media and the business sector.

Please click this link for the complete report: Community-Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Accomplishment Report

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1st CBR World Congress

February 14, 2012

Greetings from the 1st CBR World Congress!

 

With great pleasure we announce that the REGISTRATION is Now Open for the 1st Community Based Rehabiliation (CBR) World Congress to be held on November 26-28, 2012 at Jaypee Palace Hotel & Convention Centre, Agra India.

The Registration fee details are as follows:

1. Early Bird registration: INR 10,600 (approx. USD200) Deadline: April 30, 2012

2. Regular Registration: INR 13,250 (approx. USD250)

For more details pls log on to www.cbrglobal.org

Should you need further assistance in registration, kindly write to registration@cbrglobal.org or secretariat@cbrglobal.org

 

 

 

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List of Travel Agencies

November 21, 2011

For delegates who desire to go on City/Philippine Tours please check on the list of Travel Agencies below:

1. Philippine Discovery Day Tours

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Announcement: Flight and Hotel Accommodation

October 28, 2011

To All 2nd Asia Pacific CBR Congress Participants:

Please furnish us your flight and hotel accommodation details by sending it to apcbrcongress@ncda.gov.ph.  We will be visiting your hotel lobby before the 29th of November for collecting registration fee especially those who have not yet paid and possible distribution of conference kit.  This is to avoid long line of participants paying registration on the opening day.  Also it is for your interest that you must be wearing your Congress ID upon entry to the Congress venue.

It is also important for us to monitor your arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport so that appropriate assistance will be given to you upon your arrival.

We hope for your cooperation on this matter and we look forward to seeing you in Manila.

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Sofitel Sitemap

September 21, 2011

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2nd Call for Papers

September 7, 2011

Dear Colleagues,

The 2nd Asia-Pacific CBR Congress Programme Committee is grateful to all those who have submitted abstracts in response to the first call for abstracts. Notifications for acceptance for accepted presenters will be done after the review has been completed.

We are issuing a second call for abstracts to prospective participants who are interested in making a presentation for the following concurrent session topics:
1. Concurrent Session 1: Country Experiences in Localizing the Implementation of UNCRPD and MDG
2. Concurrent Session 2: (a) HIV/AIDS, (b) Gender Equality, (c) Leprosy, Diabetes and Other Chronic Illnesses, (d) Conflict Situations
3. Concurrent Session 3: (a) Livelihood
4. Concurrent Session 4: (a) Independent Living, (b) Parents Support Groups, (c) Non-Government Organizations, (d) Faith-based Organizations, (e) self-propelled Disabled People’s Organizations
5. Concurrent Session 5: (a) Working with Research Institutions, (b) Working with Media

For your convenience in making a submission, please read the following guidelines:
1. Closing date for submission of additional abstracts is August 31, 2011.
2. Please limit your abstract to 500 words or less, using the Abstract Format, which you can download here.
3. Abstracts should be submitted to the Program Committee by email at: cbrapcongress.program@gmail.com
4. All submitted abstracts will be acknowledged within 5 working days from receipt.
5. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Program Committee.
6. Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by email.
7. The list of accepted additional presenters will be confirmed by the end of September, 2011.
8. Authors of accepted abstracts must submit both their full paper and Power Point presentation (compatible with MS 2003 version) via email at cbrapcongress.program@gmail.com by September 30, 2011.
9. Official language for presentation is English.
10. Presenters should be registered participants.

The first batch of abstracts that we have received is very exciting and they truly bring in a lot of experiences and learning! Thank you very much! We look forward to receiving more engaging and exciting abstracts and presentations!

Sincerely,

Sub-Committee on Program
2nd CBR Asia-Pacific Congress National Organizing Committee

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CBR and Research: Pre-Congress Workshop

July 22, 2011

On the occasion of second Asia Pacific CBR Congress that will be held in Manila (Philippines) from 29 November to 1 December 2011,  (AIFO/Italy in collaboration with WHO/DAR and CBM) organized a pre-congress workshop on “Conducting research in CBR”. It will be held at hotel Pearl Manila on 27 and 28 November 2011.

For more details pls. click on the link below:

CBR Pre Congress Workshop

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CALL FOR EXHIBITORS FOR THE 2ND ASIA PACIFIC COMMUNITY-BASED REHABILITATION (CBR) CONGRESS

June 23, 2011

Inviting all interested exhibitors and sponsors to the 2nd Asia Pacific CBR Congress to be held on November 29, 2011 to December 1, 2011 at the Lobby of the Grand Plaza Ballroom of Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila.

A total of sixteen (16) 3m X 3m booths are available on a first-come-first-served basis. Each booth costs Fifty Thousand Pesos (P50,000.00) for 3 days in which you can display your products and/or services. In return, we offer you the following:

1. Logo on the big screen at the plenary hall for the duration of the Congress

2. Inclusion in the souvenir program

For further details and clarifications, kindly get in-touch with this Council at telephone numbers (+632) 932-3663 or at (+632) 952-2809 or at e-mail address: council@ncda.gov.ph.

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CBR Congress Registered Participants

June 22, 2011

REGISTERED AND PAID AP CBR CONGRESS PARTICIPANTS
as of November 18, 2011
No. First Name Last Name Country Organization Disability Special Reqts.
1 Mezza Residences (BDO)
2 Noor Yasmin Abdul Karim Malaysia AP Network
3 Maria Theresa Abogado Philippines Norwegian Mission Alliance Philippines none low salt/oil/fat
4 Ancheta Adeline Philippines Freedom Technology Wheelchair Foundation Inc. Physical Access- Wheelchair user
5 Jawwad Ahmad Pakistan Aid to Leprosy Patients none none
6 Rekha Akhtar Bangladesh Gana Unnayan Kendra-GUK Physical-mobility Vegetarian, Access
7 Stephen Alcantara Philippines CBM- SEAPRO none none
8 Diwata Arcilla Philippines CBM SEAPRO
9 Ohara Atsushi Japan Nihon Hukushi University
10 Bernard Omondi Ayieko Papua New Guinea Cheshire Disability Services none none
11 Huldaria Bako Indonesia CBM Indonesia none none
12 Sally Balgos Philippines MSWDO- Mun. of Barbaza Poblacion Visual none
13 Josefina Bandalan Timor Leste CBM none none
14 Nazmul Bari Bangladesh Centre for Disability in Development none Halal Food
15 Daryll Barrett AusAid
16 Leo Bartolome Philippines Liliane Foundation none none
17 Umesh Baurai India CBM SARO (N) none none
18 Abraham Bautista Philippines DITC-PPTCA/LCDF none none
19 Ferduosi Begum Bangladesh ADD International Physical (Mobility) Access
20 Fatema Begum Bangladesh Gana Unnayan Kendra-GUK none Vegetarian
21 Rowena Mae Bernido Philippines Federation of Differently-Abled Person (DAP) none
22 Chona Bon Philippines Brother of Charity none none
23 Jakob Pieter Bonke Indonesia Caritas Germany none none
24 Rodel Bontuyan Philippines Plan International none none
25 Ivy Boyose-Nolasco Philippines Handicap International none none
26 Agnes Caballero Philippines SIHSFI (P/902) none none
27 Ma. Gemma Cabanos Philippines Phil. Leprosy Mission none none
28 Evelyn Cabigon China Handicap International- China none
29 Jennifer Cadaves Philippines LGU Opol Physical (Mobility) Wheelchair
30 Yinghong Cai China CBM Country Coordination Office-China none none
31 Sheng Cai China Handicap International none none
32 Gilbert Cang Philippines Balay Dalangpan none none
33 Edwin Maria Canubida Philippines Loving Presence Foundation, Inc. none none
34 Paul Caswell
35 Prateep Chakraborty India CBM SARO (North)
36 Dara Chan Cambodia Cambodian Development Mission for Disability none none
37 Non Channa Cambodia Veterans International none none
38 Channy Check Cambodia Disability Action Council none none
39 Paul Cheerupilly India Welfare Services Ernakulam None none
40 Bonnaroath Chhor Cambodia Cambodian Disabled People’s Organization none none
41 Sai Kit Choi Hongkong Hongkong Society for Rehabilitation none none
42 Khamko Chomlath Laos National Rehabilitation Centre none none
43 Reynaldo Coloma Philippines Leprosy Mission International none none
44 Lord Priam Cordova Philippines Plan International
45 Janice Costes Philippines Pag-asa ng Batang may Kapansanan Found. Inc. none none
46 Hugh Cross Britain American Leprosy Mission none none
47 Elizabeth Cross Thailand CBM none none
48 Gennie Dait Philippines Plan International Physical (Mobility) Access
49 Debesh Das Bangladesh Disabled Rehabilitation & Research Association none none*
50 Michael Davies England CBM none none
51 Fe Pilar Del Rosario Philippines UCCP Social Concerns Foundation, Inc. none none
52 Miriam Del Rosario Philippines Birthright Educators Foundation Learning/Intellectual, Hearing
53 Maria Leana Dela Cruz Philippines CBM none none
54 Maria Theresa Dela Cruz Philippines Liliane Foundation Visual none
55 Jose Antonio delos Reyes Philippines HELP Learning Center Foundation, Inc. ADHD/ Bipolar Vegetarian/Dietary
56 Franciska Dethmers Indonesia Caritas Germany none
57 Arlene Joy Deximo Philippines Association of Person with Disabilities (ANLI) Physical (Mobility) none
58 Hildegardes Dineros Philippines Nuestra Seyora De Salvacion Charity Hospital none none
59 Fredelin Diosalan Philippines LGU- RHU Mun. of Batad none none
60 Minh Xuan Doan Thi Vietnam Thua Thien Hue Nursing and Rehabilitation Hospital none
61 Virna Dy Philippines Pres. Manuel A. Roxas Mem. School – SPED none none
62 Edward Ello Philippines Handicap International, Phil. none none
63 Delia Espinido Philippines LGU- Mun. of Laua-an, Antique none none
64 Eunice Marie Factor Philippines NCDA-JICA NHE Project Physical (Mobility) none
65 Sheen Fairlene India CBM SOUTH ASIA REGIONAL OFFICE (SOUTH) none none
66 Yohanes Fenan Indonesia Liliane Foundation none none
67 Bercmans Fernandez India CBM SOUTH ASIA REGIONAL OFFICE (SOUTH) None none
68 Christy Fernando Sri Lanka Ministry of Social Services none none
69 Sunil Fernando Sri Lanka Sightsavers none none
70 Clarissa Fetesio Philippines Norfil Foundation, Inc. none none
71 Khalimov Firuz Japan Association for Aid and Relief, Japan none none
72 Eduardo Galamgam Philippines Northern Phil. Rehab. Service for the Disabled none none
73 Ricky Joy Galila Philippines MSWDO – Mun. of San Dionisio none none
74 Ferdelizah Dandah Garcia Philippines Philippine Association of Speech Pathologists
75 Priscille Geiser France Handicap International none none
76 Agnes Germo Philippines LGU New Lucena none none
77 Ashebir Getahum Ethiopia CBM Physical
78 Antonita Gomez Philippines Inocencio Magtoto Memorial Foundation none Fish & Vegie
79 Lippolis Graziella Belgium Handicap International none none
80 Rainer Guetler Philippines CBM none none
81 Vishal Gupta India Liliane Fonds –  India none none
82 Eri Hamada Philippines JICA none none
83 Peter Hammerle Philippines NFCPWD/CBM SEAPRO none none
84 Matthew Hanning Australia CBM Australia none none
85 Chie Hayashi Philippines JICA none
86 Karen Heinicke-Motsch United States CBM
87 Darwin Moses Henrymoses India CBM SOUTH ASIA REGIONAL OFFICE (SOUTH) none none
88 Eckehardt Hinz Nicaragua CBM
89 Minoru Hiramoto Japan
90 Ferial Hadipoetro Idris Indonesia PSIKI none Halal Food
91 Kenji Ishikura Japan Hyogo University of Teacher Education none none
92 Kaoru Ishimoto Japan Nihon Hukushi University
93 Marivic Isles Philippines DepEd-Sariaya East (SPED Center) none none
94 Naoko Ito Philippines JICA none none
95 Hiromi Ito Philippines JICA none none
96 Salvacion Jaboya Philippines B.K. Child Development Center none none
97 Erlynn Jaucian Philippines SIMON OF CYRENE Physical (Mobility Problem
98 Christadoss Arul Nelson Jesudasen India Joseph Eye Hospital none none
99 Edwin Maria John India Neighbohood Community Network (NCN) none non
100 Mary Kanaparthi India Asha Jyothi Welfare Asso. for Disabled/Child Guidance Centre none none
101 Sae Kani Japan Malteser International none Vegetarian
102 Meena Karimi India Liliane Fonds –  India none none
103 Vikas Katoch India CBM SARO (N) none none
104 Lorna Kawa Papua New Guinea Callan Service national Unit none none
105 Yukiko Kawamura Philippines JICA none
106 Fahmida Khan Bangladesh CBM
107 Wanho Kim Japan
108 Minori Kimura Philippines JICA none
109 Manuela Kraeuter Austria
110 Yohanes Hastadi Kurniawan Indonesia YAKKUM Rehabilitation Centre none none
111 Edcel Lacierda Philippines Brothers of Charity none none
112 Macaria Theresia Laiyan Indonesia Liliane Foundation none none
113 James David Lalu Nigeria Plateau State Government through CBM Hearing yes-but not specified
114 Graeme Leach Philippines Congregation of the Christian Brothers, Phils. none none
115 Kirsten Lentz Philippines Handicap International, Phil. none none
116 Yee Mei Christine Leung Hongkong Society for Rehabilitation none none
117 Lorena Leyson Philippines Norwegian Mission Alliance Philippines none no red meat and chicken
118 Marites Liwanag Philippines DSWD Field Ofc III none Vegetarian- no chicken
119 Gwynnyth Llewellyn Australia University of Sydney nil Vegetarian
120 Lorna Lumioan Philippines Phil. Leprosy Mission none none
121 Xiaoyan Luo Hongkong Guangdong Work Injury Rehabilitation Centre none none
122 Peniel Malakar India Emmanuel Hospital Association Visual soft copies of resource materials
123 Ma. Melissa Manguardia Philippines DepEd none none
124 Bella Marquez Philippines Bulig Kami Parent’s Association none none
125 Joseph Mcdonough Philippines Plan International
126 Barney McGlade Philippines CBM CBR Coordination Office Philippines none Vegetarian/Dietary Requirements
127 Veronica Mendoza Philippines cbm international (cearo)
128 Reynaldo Merida Philippines Nat’l. Federation of Cooperatives of PWDs Physical Access
129 Carolyn Merry Australia CBM Australia none none
130 Kylie Mines Autralia Motivation Australia none Vegetarian
131 Klaus Minihuber Austria Light for the World
132 Juvy Ministros Philippines Association of Disabled Persons, Inc. Physical Access
133 Dominic Misquith India St. Johns Medical College none
134 Andrew Mohanraj Indonesia CBM Indonesia none none
135 Fe Montaño Philippines Plan International Inc. none none
136 Virginia Montilla Philippines Tahanang Walang Hagdanan, Inc. Physical Chair in the bathroom, pail and dipper
137 Natsumi Morishita Japan Nihon Hukushi University
138 Mark Morrison Cambodia Handicap International none none
139 Grace Mugat Philippines Christian Foundation for PWD, Inc. none none
140 Rolf Muggenburg Germany CBM none
141 Johana Mugirah, OSU Philippines Vincentian Missionaries Social Development Found. Inc. none none
142 Wanda Munoz Thailand Handicap International none none
143 Demyttenaere Naas Philippines SLU INSTITUTE FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
144 Maria Elena Nakamura Philippines JICA none Vegetarian
145 Agnetia Naval Philippines Liliane Foundation none none
146 Un Neth Cambodai Disability Action Council none none
147 Ngoc Anh Nguyen Vietnam CBM Country Coordination Office-China none none
148 San Ngy Cambodia CBM none none
149 Thy Nhip Cambodia Cambodian Development Mission for Disability none none
150 Yoshiko Nishida Philippines JICA none none
151 Tanimoto Nobu Japan Nihon Hukushi University
152 Hugues Nouvellet France Handicap International none none
153 Rithyniron Nuon Cambodia Handicap International none none
154 Ma. Teresa Nuqui Philippines Norfil Foundation, Inc. none none
155 Erly Ocasiones Philippines Plan International
156 Marites Odarbe Philippines PDAO- San Juan, Batangas Physical (Mobility)
157 Shoji Okamura Japan Hyogo University of Teacher Education none none
158 Cherrie Oringo Philippines Simon of Cyrene none none
159 Yumeka Ota Japan Association for Aid and Relief, Japan none none
160 Noraini Othman Malaysia AP Network
161 Murali Padmanabhan India CBM SARO (North) Visual Vegetarian, Access, soft copies of resource materials
162 Angelina Paghubasan Philippines NORFIL none none
163 Bobby Pahayahay Philippines LGU- Mun. of Concepcion Physical none
164 Ana Marie Palermo Philippines NORFI none none
165 Angela Maria Pangan Philippines Norfil Foundation, Inc. none none
166 Effat Parvin Bangladesh Action Aid International in Bangladesh none
167 Emma Pearce Australia CBM-Nossal Partnership for Disability Inclusive Development none none
168 Adele Perry Australia CBM Australia none Vegetarian
169 John Peter India CBM South Asia Regional Office (North) none none
170 Poon KK Peter India
171 Anne-Sophie Petri Philippines Asmae-Association Soeur Emmanuelle none none
172 Kannika petri Thailand Camilian Home for Children Living with Disabilities Physical/Mobility Access
173 Katharina Pfortner Nicaragua CBM
174 Dk Malina Pg Hj Damit Brunei Ministry of Health none Halal
175 Alexander Phillip India Liliane Fonds –  India none none
176 Birendra Raj Pokharel Nepal National Federation of the Disabled-Nepal none none
177 Antony Joseph Prabakar India CBM SARO (SOUTH) none none
178 Hem Kumar Pradhan Nepal Nepal Leprosy Trust, Lalgadh Leprosy Services Centre none none
179 Watcharin Praman
180 Aluganti Prasad India Movement for Rural Emancipation (MORE)
181 Budi Prasojo Indonesia RAWINALA none none
182 Bridgetta Mary Prema India CBM SARO (SOUTH) none none
183 Sheila Purves Hongkong Hongkong Society for Rehabilitation none none
184 Joseph Rabanes Philippines LGU Opol Physical (Mobility) none
185 Cheryl Racines Philippines LGU Opol none none
186 Agus Budi Raharjo Indonesia YAKKUM Rehabilitation Centre none none
187 Shiva Mohan Rao India CBM SARO (SOUTH) Visual Vegetarian/Dietary Requirements
188 Jose Felipe Eduardo Rebueno Philippines Plan International
189 Wilfredo Reyes Philippines CBM SEAPRO none none
190 Tabata Riari Japan Nihon Fukushi University
191 Jasper Rom Philippines Handicap International, Phil. Physical Access- Comfort Rms.
192 Fleurdelis Rosales Philippines NORFIL none none
193 Sri Rumiyati Indonesia YAKKUM Rehabilitation Centre none none
194 Kevin Ryan Papua New Guinea Callan Service national Unit none none
195 Daisuke Sagiya Philippines JICA none none
196 Mayumi Sakamoto Japan Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution
197 Olivia Salazar Philippines KASAMAKA CBR Foundation Inc. none none
198 Judith Salih Philippines PMAG PHILS. none none
199 Lian Kual Sang Philippines Asia Focus none none
200 Kannika Saruaysuwan Thailand Lampang Eye Foundation none none
201 Marcus Schmid
202 Hubert Seifert Kenya Association for the Physically Disabled/CBM none none
203 Malou Sevilla Philippines Plan International
204 Liecel Seville Philippines LGU New Lucena none none
205 Jannike Seward Papua New Guinea Callan Studies National Institute none none
206 Deepthi Narayan Shanbhag India St. Johns Medical College none none
207 Albina Shankar India Mobility India Nil Nil
208 Akiko Shibata Philippines JICA none
209 Anand Shimoga Narasimha Murthy India Mobility India Nil Nil
210 Surya Prasad Shrestha Nepal Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare none none
211 Natividad Silorio Philippines Plan International
212 Tri Silvanto Indonesia CBM Indonesia none none
213 Peter Sindu Papua New Guinea Callan Services for Person with a Disability none none
214 Manmeet Singh India Liliane Fonds –  India none none
215 Christine Smerdon Nepal Handicap International none none
216 Roy Soledad Philippines Plan International none allergic to crustacean foods and chicken. all the rest will do.
217 Janiza Soleveres Philippines Association of Person with Disabilities (ANLI) Physical (Mobility) none
218 Beth Sprunt Australia CBM- Nossal Institute Partnership for Disability Inclusive Development
219 Rattana Sriwarakul Thailand Daughter of Charity none none
220 Michael Steinfelder Germany CBM none none
221 Yohanes Subasno Indonesia Bhakti Luhur Rehabilitation Center none none
222 John Suelo Philippines LGU New Lucena none none
223 Kiminora Sugiura Japan Association for Aid and Relief, Japan none none
224 Rabeya Sultana Bangladesh
225 Evelyn Sumacbay Philippines CBM Physical none
226 Mylyne Sustento Philippines LGU New Lucena none none
227 Mulyadi Syarif Indonesia Foundation for Rehab. of Disable and Inclusive Dev. none
228 Sarfaraz Ahmad Syed India CBM SARO (North)
229 Sukanya Tafong Thailand Home for Children Living with Disabilities none none
230 Fauziah Tahar Malaysia AP Network
231 Ing Ing Tan Brunei Ministry of Health
232 Mohd Yusof Tawil Malaysia AP Network
233 Clarissa Terando Philippines DepEd-Lucban -(SPED Center) none none
234 Kirsty Thompson Australia CBM Australia
235 Teresa Thomson Australia CBM Australia none
236 Joanna Thomson Cambodia Rose Cambodia Rehabilitation Centre none none
237 Sonam Topgyal China Tibet Autonomous Region Rehabilitation Centre CBR Guidance Department none
238 Baltazar Tribunalo, Jr. Philippines Plan International
239 Duc Tung Truong Vietnam CBM Country Coordination Office- Vietnam none
240 Daniel Vershima Tsengu Nigeria CBM Physical
241 Naoya Tsuji Japan NPO Challenged Physical (Mobility) Access
242 Jamal Uddin Bangladesh Disabled Rehabilitation & Research Association none none*
243 Etsuko Ueno Japan Japanese Society for Rehabilitation of Persons with Disabilities none none
244 Diana Ureta Philippines CBM SEAPRO none none
245 Lilibeth Uy Philippines LGU Opol none none
246 Kristine Valencia Philippines Visayas Ear Care Center none none
247 Anne Van De Graaf Philippines CBM none none
248 Nugroho van dijk Indonesia Karina Kas
249 Karin van Dijk Netherlands CBM none Vegetarian
250 Jaykumar Velayudhan India MOBILITY INDIA Physical none
251 Melanie Viernes Philippines Liliane Foundation none none
252 Alberto Villa, Jr. Philippines NCDA-JICA NHE Project Physical (Mobility) none
253 Don Waipe Papua New Guinea Mount Sion Centre for the Blind none none
254 Joerg Weber Germany CBM none none
255 Guorong Wei Hongkong Hongkong Society for Rehabilitation none none
256 Asitha Weweldeniya Sri Lanka Development with Disability Network none none
257 Maria Widagdo Indonesia YAKKUM Rehabilitation Centre none none
258 Roelie Wolting Netherlands Caritas Germany none none
259 Ying Xia China CBM Country Coordination Office-China none none
260 Yanyun Xie China CBM Country Coordination Office – China none
261 Ayako Yamauchi Japan
262 Dexter Yasay Philippines LGU Opol none none
263 Dixon Yasay Philippines LGU Opol none none
264 Nazrana Yeasmin Bangladesh Manusher Jonno Foundation none none
265 Felix Yeboah Australia CBM Australia none none
266 Farida Yesmin Bangladesh Disabled Rehabilitation & Research Association none none*
267 Ramanathan G. India SAMA Foundation Physical (Mobility Problem none
268 ARNU-ID-1 Indonesia
269 Shahrulikram Malaysia AP Network
270 Dasmariñas (Registration form to follow) Philippines City Government of Dasmarinas
271 Dasmariñas (Registration form to follow) Philippines City Government of Dasmarinas
272 Dasmariñas (Registration form to follow) Philippines City Government of Dasmarinas
273 Jeong Im Hyun
Original Participant Replacement
1 Ba Hong Minh Xuan Doan Thi
2 Tang Yi Duc Tung Truong
3 Piyamas Umasathien Yanyun Xie
4 Silvana Mehra John Peter
5 Mayuree Pewsuwan Nhip Thy
6 Victor Manuel Edcel Lacierda
7 Ling Xu Evelyn Cabigon
8 Dahong Liu Sonam Topgyal
9 Zirong Ma Bonnaroath Chhor
10 Hiren Pandit Nazrana Yeasmin
11 Manoj Sebastian Fahmida Khan
12 Marlon Advincula Edwin Canubida
13 Sunarman Sunarman Yohanes Subasno
14 Fonali Lahagu Budi Prasojo

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