THE NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

September 8, 2022

19th CPAP Week

September 8, 2022



The Inclusive Development Partners Program Coordinators, Kate Brolley and Ashley Stone paid a visit to the National Council on Disability Affairs

September 8, 2022

The Inclusive Development Partners Program Coordinators, Kate Brolley and Ashley Stone paid a visit to the National Council on Disability Affairs for an exploratory discussion to learn more about the learners with disabilities in the Philippines. The team is also looking at how the US Agency for International Development (USAID) can provide interventions with the basic education that will fit into the government’s strategies and vision for inclusive education. #



Technical Working Group to discuss further the concerns of the sector in transportation, accessibility and proper procedure in acquiring a driver’s license.

September 8, 2022

Leaders from different persons with disabilities organizations formed a Technical Working Group to discuss further the concerns of the sector in transportation, accessibility and proper procedure in acquiring a driver’s license.
The National Council on Disability Affairs Executive Director, Don Fradejas, committed to support the group in achieving the common goal of having persons with disabilities live independently and participate fully in all aspects of life.
The meeting was held at the NCDA Disability Resource and Development Center (DRDC) building last September 01, 2022.





2022 CPAP Week Celebration Tarpaulin Final Design

August 22, 2022

Global IT Challenge 2021 Winners

November 23, 2021

New NCDA Executive Director

July 11, 2020

Engr. Emerito L. Rojas is the new NCDA Executive Director
Engr. Emerito L. Rojas is the new NCDA Executive Director

“Tamis ng Kahapong Nagdaan”

January 18, 2019

“TUGS”

“TUGS”

“Tamis ng Kahapong Nagdaan” part 1

ni: Lester D. Dayanghirang

Librong magpapaalala ng kahapon, mapapakinabangan ngayon, magagamit sa darating na panahon

Ito po ay isang aklat na nagsasalaysay ng unang bahagi ng aking buhay. Mga bahagi ng aking buhay na siksik ng saya mula sa mga karanasang naganap nung maiigsi pa ang aking mga binti at maliliit pa ang mga kamay. Na kung inyo pong babasahin ay may posibilidad na kayo ay mapangiti, mapatawa at mapawi ang pagkatamlay.

Bukod po rito ay nagtataglay din ito ng mga aral at paalaala na sa ating pamumuhay ay maaari nating magamit. Mga aral na sa kaabalahan natin sa mundo ay posibleng nakakalimutan na at nawawaglit. Pero dahil layunin po ng aklat na ito na ipaalaala satin ang mga kabutihang-asal na ito ay may tsansang kung isasapuso natin ito ay magdudulot ito ng magandang kapalit.

At panghuli po ay kapupulutan din ang librong ito ng mga kaisipang naglalahad at nagsasalarawan sa iba’t-ibang uri ng propesyon o hanapbuhay ng mga taong ating nakakasalamuha. Mga hanapbuhay na sa unang tingin ay aakalain lang natin na madali at puro ginhawa. Subalit kung pakakalimiin natin ang sakripisyo nila sa kanilang ginagawa na sa babasahing ito ay aking inilathala ay malalaman natin kung gaano sila karangal at kadakila.

Kaya sa inyo po na ngayon ay nakatingin sa librong aking pinaghirapan. Hiling ko po ay inyo sana itong tangkilikin at suportahan. Isa po itong aklat na ang hatid ay inspirasyon at positibong pananaw kahit pa may pagsubok na pinagdaraanan. Na mapapakinabangan natin ngayon at magagamit sa kinabukasan.

“Maaaring nawala man ang aking paningin, ngunit sa hamon ng buhay ay ako’y magpapatuloy pa rin.”

NOTE:

For orders of a copy of this book you may contact:
Mr. Lester D. Dayanghirang,
84 Malaking Pook, San Pascual, Batangas,
contact no.: 09159929251,
facebook: lester.dayanghirang,
e-mail: tugatoy@gmail.com

Free Vocational Training

January 15, 2019

Free Vocational Training on the following:

Housekeeping NC II (25 students) for developmental disability, hearing impairment (Deaf)

Food and Beverage Services NC II (25 students) for hearing impairment, developmental disability and physical disability

For inquiries contact Ms. Pearl (02) 358-7902 or

Visit Grain Foundation for PWD Inc. at 261 Don Fabian St. Brgy. Commonwealth, Quezon City

Free Vocational Training

Free Vocational Training

NCDA, Province of Bulacan and partners conduct Sports Clinic for Persons with Disabilities

November 12, 2018

CITY OF MALOLOS, Bulacan — Through the initiative of the National Council on Disability Affairs (NCDA), the Provincial Government of Bulacan, Philippine Sports Association for Differently-Abled (Philspada), Philippine Association for Citizens with Developmental and Learning Disabilities, Inc. (PACDLD) and Badminton World Federation-Shuttle Time conducted the 2-day activity dubbed as “Sports and Physical Activities for Persons with Disabilities” held at the Bulacan Sports Complex last November 5-6, 2018.

Around 70 persons with disabilities and focal persons of persons with disabilities in the different cities and municipalities of Bulacan were given seminar-lectures on how to play athletics, badminton, boccia and bocce sports. They also are given hands-on training on these sporting events. For athletic sports, the training was facilitated in by Mr. Joel Deriada, Mr. Ernie Candelario, Mr. Bernard Buen from Philspada. On the other, the Boccia and Bocce sports was handled by Mr. Marangal Gonzales, also from Philspada. The badminton sport was handled by Mr. Ian Gil Piencenaves and Mr. Glenn Sabio of BWF.

One of the highlights of the event was the signing of Manifesto of Commitment between NCDA, Provincial Government of Bulacan, Philspada and Badminton World Federation-Shuttle Time. These agencies and local government unit will work closely for the realization of the following: (1) boost sports development in schools and communities for persons with disabilities; (2) create an inclusive environment and infrastructure for sporting excellence; (3) support and empower persons with disabilities as they compete in different provincial, regional, national and international sporting events; and (4) allocate funds for the different sports development projects and programs for persons with disabilities. ###

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