"The Future is Accessible" World Disability Day- 3rd December 2019
THE FUTURE IS ACCESSIBLE means that we must all, together, look towards a future where the barriers which stand in people’s way no longer exist. We envisage a future where people can access a building without using stairs; where a person can access a ramp to the beach; or can get a job without fear of discrimination; or can access a mainstream classroom.
Working towards an accessible future is everyone’s responsibility. With us, create a future which demands that people are not excluded because of their health impairments. Call out barriers wherever you see them, and work with us to overcome them.
World Disability Day exists to make sure that environmental and social BARRIERS are identified, and to help everyone to work together to overcome them. We will never eradicate health impairments…but by overcoming barriers, then we eradicate disablement.
Samphia Foundation celebrated the world Disability Day with District Administration and Social Welfare Department Kullu.
A Play was performed with volunteers from a local volunteer group Dpyrates on the issue of social isolation of people with disabilities. The theme song of Aash was sung by Yuvraj Negi, writer, singer,composer of the song.
A display stall was set up to showcase the activities of Aash Child Development Center. DC Kullu, Dr Richa Verma visited the stall and was very appreciative of the work been done for children with disabilities.