CDPF is assisting related departments to formulate and implement education and job training plans for disabled people, including research and promotion of the Braille alphabet and sign language.
A nonprofit educational project called Inclusive Education, which aims to create a more comprehensive and beneficial study environment for children with disabilities in the next two years, has been officially launched by Save the Children, along with UNESCO and other partners.View All
“Children + 365” is a charity project in Beijing held for “children in predicament”. The project was launched at the China Children’s Center on August 4.View All
Officials from the Ministry of Education and the China Disabled Persons’Federation met on Dec 8 to discuss how to integrate education for the disabled into the national education reform of the 13th Five Year Plan (2016-2020). View All
Binzhou Medical University celebrated the 30th anniversary of its program for higher education for the disabled on Dec 20, 2015 and received a congratulatory letter from Zhang Haidi, president of the China Disabled Persons’ Federation. View AllCopyrights © 2002-2016 China Disabled Persons' Federation. All Rights Reserved