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Last Updated on May 14, 2020

Operation in state

  • Jammu and Kashmir
 

Thematic Areas

  • Disability or specially-abled related
  • Disaster Management
  • Healthcare
  • Livelihoods
 
 

Tax Compliance Eligibility

  • 80G (for 50% tax benefits)
  • 12 A (Tax exemption for NGO income)
  • FCRA (Eligible for international funding)
 
 

She Hope Society for Women Entrepreneurs

Verified Organization

Established In 2001


Near Wayil Bridge , NH-1D, Srinagar Ladakh Highway , Ganderbal , Jammu and Kashmir , 191201

About the organization

 

Hope Disability Centre (HDC)-an undertaking of She Hope Society  For Women Entrepreneurs(SHSFWE) duly registered under the Societies Act VI of 1998 (1941 A.D) is a non-profit, non-political, non-government, non-religious organization working in the remote, border and disaster prone areas of Jammu and Kashmir on Physical Rehabilitation, Livelihood, Inclusive Education, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Public Health, Skill Development for Vulnerable population including people with disabilities since 2001 through Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR), Institutional Based Rehabilitation (IBR) programs/approach in close coordination with the State Administration.
 
Though working with disabled and with disability is unbridled joy for all of us at HDC, however, the trials and tribulations of operating in a conflict zone is a huge test as resources available are few and far between. With uncertainty of the situation a permanent phenomenon in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, we have delivered to the best of our ability and in a most honest manner. Our commitment to this cause is vouched by the figures that we have accomplished ever since we set the ball rolling.
 
Putting in simplest terms the stereotype and stigma attached with this affliction can be soul breaking for those who suffer from it. And, any help to integrate this side-lined lot in to society is akin to assuring them that they are one of us. It is with this spirit that we jumped into the dominion of social work.
 
We have until now come to the aid of thousands of people with disability, whether they have loco-motor issues, speech and hearing difficulties, disease like cerebral palsy, congenital disabilities or even landmine injuries. We have offered rehabilitation services to more than 17,000 persons with disabilities (85,000) indirect beneficiaries) across the state through our thoroughly trained staff.
 
More than 5,000 persons have been given assistive devices such as wheelchair, tricycle, crutches, toilet chair, hearing aids etc., to increase their mobility and community participation.
 
Prostheses and orthoses have been provided to 10,000 persons, surgical care to 1000 persons and 7000 have been trained on basic home based rehabilitation care, proper use and maintenance of aids and appliance. In addition, 600 persons have been given home adaptation service.
 
However, mere passion could not have taken us anywhere. Our donors have been our lifeline; without their support we could not have budged an inch.  Their generous help did not only allow us to come to the aid of these people but also enabled us to create our own infrastructure.
 
Through rehabilitation and facilitating livelihood and awareness about welfare schemes to them, these physically challenged persons now live an independent and dignified life.
 
Livelihood programmers, especially for women and their empowerment, are conducted through awareness, education, counselling, skill training for employment, creation of self-help groups, and micro-loan scheme facilitation. Besides, Hope carries out programmers and workshops on health awareness, advocacy, and access to human rights, child development and disaster risk and reduction management.

Hope Disability Centre (HDC)-an undertaking of She Hope Society  For Women Entrepreneurs(SHSFWE) duly registered under the Societies Act VI of 1998 (1941 A.D) is a non-profit, non-political, non-government, non-religious organization working in the remote, border and disaster prone areas of Jammu and Kashmir on Physical Rehabilitation, Livelihood, Inclusive Education, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Public Health, Skill Development for Vulnerable population including people with disabilities since 2001 through Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR), Institutional Based Rehabilitation (IBR) programs/approach in close coordination with the State Administration.
 
Though working with disabled and with disability is unbridled joy for all of us at HDC, however, the trials and tribulations of operating in a conflict zone is a huge test as resources available are few and far between. With uncertainty of the situation a permanent phenomenon in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, we have delivered to the best of our ability and in a most honest manner. Our commitment to this cause is vouched by the figures that we have accomplished ever since we set the ball rolling.
 
Putting in simplest terms the stereotype and stigma attached with this affliction can be soul breaking for those who suffer from it. And, any help to integrate this side-lined lot in to society is akin to assuring them that they are one of us. It is with this spirit that we jumped into the dominion of social work.
 
We have until now come to the aid of thousands of people with disability, whether they have loco-motor issues, speech and hearing difficulties, disease like cerebral palsy, congenital disabilities or even landmine injuries. We have offered rehabilitation services to more than 17,000 persons with disabilities (85,000) indirect beneficiaries) across the state through our thoroughly trained staff.
 
More than 5,000 persons have been given assistive devices such as wheelchair, tricycle, crutches, toilet chair, hearing aids etc., to increase their mobility and community participation.
 
Prostheses and orthoses have been provided to 10,000 persons, surgical care to 1000 persons and 7000 have been trained on basic home based rehabilitation care, proper use and maintenance of aids and appliance. In addition, 600 persons have been given home adaptation service.
 
However, mere passion could not have taken us anywhere. Our donors have been our lifeline; without their support we could not have budged an inch.  Their generous help did not only allow us to come to the aid of these people but also enabled us to create our own infrastructure.
 
Through rehabilitation and facilitating livelihood and awareness about welfare schemes to them, these physically challenged persons now live an independent and dignified life.
 
Livelihood programmers, especially for women and their empowerment, are conducted through awareness, education, counselling, skill training for employment, creation of self-help groups, and micro-loan scheme facilitation. Besides, Hope carries out programmers and workshops on health awareness, advocacy, and access to human rights, child development and disaster risk and reduction management.

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Special features of the organization

  • Provides Quality Physical Rehabilitation Services to persons with disabilities which include Physiotherapy, donation of assistive devices, donation of Prosthesis and Orthosis, training on activities of daily living and caregiver training.
  • Provides services at doorsteps of persons with disabilities in Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) mode.
  • Provide support for completing the rehabilitation cycle of beneficiaries (livelihood support, skill development, vocational training,  linkages with government institutions and financial institutions).
 

Why should a corporate partner with organization?

According to 2011 census, Jammu & Kashmir has one of the highest numbers of persons with disability in India. Although we are operational in some districts of the union territory of Jammu & Kashmir, but, given the magnitude of the problem we intend to expand our area of intervention and cater to other districts as well.


We have a state-of-the-art prosthetic and orthotic (artificial limbs) fabrication unit, which caters to a large sections of society. There are not very many such artificial limb making units in the Kashmir province.

 

 

Chief Functionary

Name :  
Sami Wani
 
Designation :  
Executive Director
 
Email :  
Swani@hopecentrekashmir.org
 
 

Contact

Name :  
Sami Wani
 
Designation :  
Executive Director
 
Email 1 :  
swani@hopecentrekashmir.org
 
Phone :  
0194-2419536
 
 

CSR projects of organization

Humanitarian assistance to strengthen inclusion and safety of vulnerable persons especially women and children in conflict affected areas of J&K.
Project Type: CSR
To contribute to improve the quality of life of vulnerable population including people with disabili....
 
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To contribute to achieve equal participation of persons with disabilities or who at risk of developing disabilities through enhanced access to service
Project Type: CSR
Objective #1 Persons with disabilities or at the risk of developing disabilities, in districts Kupw....
 
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