The following are some of the international organisations that currently support USDC and we are grateful for their continuous support. For more information about the organizations please click the respective links. For information regarding our specific projects please visit the ‘Our Projects’ page
Our network of parents support groups (PSGs) is generally responsible for the implementation of the programme activities at the district level. In the course of their work, the other district partners from the education, health and community development sectors to plan with them on a quarterly basis. At these meetings the various project roles are divided amongst the various sectors according to expertise and priority areas.
The role of USDC is that of a supporting role and provides a backstopping mechanism to give technical guidance during the annual and quarterly review and planning meetings. We solicit expert support for initial and ongoing training of the PSGs and CRCs and ensure they are connected with the right individuals and organisations.
The role of the local government is to provide technical services where necessary. By participating in such projects their capacities will built further so that they eventually begin providing and protecting the basic rights of CWDs.
The following are some of the organizations USDC works with as we implement our programs. We are also grateful for their continuous support. For more information about the organizations please click on the respective links:
At USDC we are always looking for corporate partners who share our key values and wish to support our work. For more information about how to get involved and the associated benefits please contact us.