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Welcome to Manavata Portal for Differently Abled People

     When everyone else says you can’t, determination says,

“YES YOU CAN.”

Joining hands together,we can build a world where all children,without discrimination of any kind,are protected by effective legislation and enjoy human rights in a free environment.

This Domain is mainly for the purpose of constitution and software’s for Differently Able People.

For many of the estimated one billion persons with disabilities,most of whom live in developing countries,the reality of life is that of constant,multiple rights violations,including extreme poverty,discrimination,poor access to healthcare,exclusion from education,lack of access to justice and lack of legal capacity.The Communities in which persons with disabilities live mostly ignore or take for granted these daily rights violations,and donors are not yet adequately addressing their fundamental rights and basic needs.

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities(CRPD) marks a new era.It affirms the dignity and human rights of all persons with disabilities,rejects the link between ability and impairment and connects development of society’s norms,policies and laws to the struggles against injustice faced by people with disabilities.In one of its unique obligations,it calls on states to use international cooperation as a means to realize the human rights of persons with disabilities.Development actors must now rethink their approach to disability.

Early Childhood Development(ECD):

Early Childhood Development(ECD) is a generic term that refers to a child’s cognitive,social,emotional and physical development.The same term is often used to describe a range of programmes which have the ultimate goal of improving young children’s capacity to develop and learn and which may occur at many different sectors such as health,education, and social protection.

Why support the development of children with disabilities?

Evidence-based research and multi-country experiences make a strong rationale for investing in ECD, especially  for children at risk of development delay or with a disability.

Human rights rationale: All children with disabilities have the right to develop “to the maximum extent possible.These instruments recognize the importance of focusing not only on the child’s health condition or impairment but also on the influence of the environment as the cause of underdevelopment and exclusion.

Economic rationale: Children with disabilities who receive good care and developmental opportunities during early childhood are more likely to become healthy and productive adults.This can potentially reduce the future costs of education,medical care and other social spending.

Scientific rationale: The first three years of a child’s life are a critical period.They are characterized by rapid development particularly of the brain and thus provide the essential building blocks for future growth,development and progress.If children with disabilities are to survive,flourish,learn,be empowered and participate,attention to ECD is essential.

Programmatic rationale: ECD programmes can lead to improved rates of survival,growth and development;and ensure later education programmes are more effective.Well-organized inclusive ECD programmes for young children with disabilities can provide parents with more time to engage in productive work and enable girls and boys with disabilities to attend school.Approaches combining centre-based programmes and parenting interventions,including home visiting programmes,may help parents and professionals to detect developmental delays early,improve children’s development,prevent abuse and neglect,and ensure school readiness.

About Manavata

Manavata (Humanity) is a voluntary organization (registered charity in India, UK and USA) with a standing of selfless service and social outlook. It’s non-profitable nature and secular credentials, as proved by eighteen years track record of achievements in the chosen areas, makes it imperative to re-dedicate to the cause of the needy and poor in society. It is being moulded as a common platform for many enthusiastic youth and social service organizations, spread across continents, to share and interact in the field of service to the humanity. Manavata acts as a facilitator and dialogue partner with regard to co-operation among the volunteers and member organizations in carrying out social activities addressed to the benefit of community and deserving individuals.


Mission
: To create and promote a Healthy, Happy and Harmonious (3H) world where there is no hate of one another and where the mind is without fear.

Manavata:

  • Started on 19th October, 1991 in India
  • Moved to 8000+ volunteers (3500 blood donors) from an initial strength of 15.
  • 60000+ people have benefited from Manavata
  • 350+ school dropouts have been trained and enabled self employment
  • 120+ orphans / disabled children are being taken care.

We are Global

We have started in a small village and grown to a Global village! We will make the world a better place to live. Let us transform the world by transforming ourselves.

They alone live who live for others. The rest are more dead than alive.

Thanks for Volunteering

Thanks to everyone for contributing and working together for the cause of humanity.

Think not that you are poor; money is not power but goodness, holiness.

Keep up the Good work

Let us continue working together and inspire our brothers and sisters to work for self-less cause and direct them towards humanity

Keep Inspiring

  • Keep building responsible citizens
  • Promote simple and healthy life style
  • Conserve energy and save earth

Join hands (Be Good and Do Good):

Do you want to make your life more happy and useful? Do you want to see healthy and happy world? You may have good thoughts in your mind! Then join hands with us, share ideas with people who concerned about humanity and be part of self-less cause.

Manavata encourages it’s volunteers in: Share ideas / eat healthy / help people around / keep encouraging and promoting best practices and values by following yourself / take up the initiatives to improve and reform your own place / spare some of your time for society / promote values in your duty / save environment by recycling etc. Thank you for reading, please visit www.manavata.org for more details. Be part of any of the Manavata projects in your possible way.

Mail us: info@manavata.org