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Centre for Disability in Development


20 Years of CDD: Towards Inclusive Development.

Special Souvenir for CDD's 20th Anniversary 2016! [View] or [Download]

20 Years of CDD: Towards Inclusive Development [Flyer]


Dhaka Conference on Disability & Disaster Risk Management  Read More......

Flash Flood Chakaria 2012 Emergency Response CDD,    Please watch us

Round Table discussion: On 12th May 2016 one round table session was jointly organized by CDD & GIZ at Prothom Alo Bhaban. Title of the discussion was 'Inclusion of persons with disabilities in Bangladesh's apparel industries" which is published 13th May. Read More ... (English version) & (Bengali version)


CDD works in partnership with a network of over 350 organisations both nationally and internationally. Our innovative approach to disability inclusion is now being used as a model in other countries. In 2010, our founding Executive Director, A.H.M. Noman Khan, had the prestigious honour of being awarded the international Ramon Magsaysay Award in recognition of his pioneering leadership and dedication to building a society that is truly inclusive and barrier-free.The Centre for Disability in Development (CDD) is a not for profit organisation established in 1996 to develop a more inclusive society for persons with a disability. It is estimated that 16 million people in Bangladesh are living with a disability, receiving little or no assistance and excluded from mainstream life. CDD's mission is to address this by simultaneously educating the community in how to be more inclusive whilst also enabling persons with a disability to participate in society by providing them with essential supports. In this way persons with disabilities can be given the same rights, freedoms, dignity and quality of life as everyone else.

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CDD's Annual Report 2014! view download


 Chumkir Buddir Golpo.....Please View

Success Story of Persons With Disability in RMG Sector