Forward Looking has distributed the following assistive devices for the people with disability. It was distributed in Kailali, Banke, Palpa, Kaski, Saptari, Kathmandu and Lalitpur (Forward Looking). It was distributed from 22th July to 11th August 2017. The German team was actively participated during the assistive devices distribution period. The total materials list is as following:
|S.No.||Name of Assistive Devices||Quantity|
|4||Crutches with four legs||35|
|5||Invalid Carriage for handicapped peoples||48|
|6||Blankets for handicapped children and young people||20 blankets|
|7||Dollies Bags for handicapped children and young people||12 dollies bags|
|8||Pairs of sports shoes for persons with disability and other||1600 pairs of shoes|
|9||Boxes / Bags of spare parts and tool box for wheelchairs an walking aids maintenance||10 boxes spare parts|
|10||Bicycles for handicapped children and young people||2 bicycles|
|11||Scoters for handicapped children and young people||10 scoters|
|12||Boxes of Dust masks for handicapped people||100 boxes of dust masks|
Established in 2001 the Forward Looking (FL) is the national NGO working for empowerment of persons with disability in Nepal. We champion the rights of people with disability in Nepal. The FL is non-governmental, non-profit making, non-sectarian and non political organization working mostly in disability. The organization is run and operated jointly by people with and without disability.
At the FL, we believe that people with disabilities should have equal access to rights and opportunities. In Nepal, disability is often treated as a stigma and people with disabilities may easily face discrimination in all aspects of life. Our work includes combating injustices and advocating for the rights issues on national level via different programs.
We work towards improving the way people with disability are perceived and treated within our society. We do this by running income generating, capacity building initiatives, education projects and campaigns to educate the public about the issues faced by people with disability on a day-to-day basis.
Currently FL works in eight districts in Nepal. Our principal donor is Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission (FELM/ Nepal).