• Delegates from Norway, Members and Staff of DPAB with honorable Prime Minister Lyenchen Tshering Tobgay

  • Training Programme on National Disability Policy Formulation for Bhutan

  • DPAB participated in Disabled People’s International (DPI) on 9th World Assembly on 13th April, 2016 in New Delhi.

  • DPAB representing the SAMBHAV 2015 at India International Centre from November 14.organized by A.L.P.A.N.A

  • Empowerment of person with disability

  • Workshop on Inclusion and Inclusive Education.

  • 1st General Assembly/ Annual conference of DPAB held at Samdrup Jongkhar, DYT hall on 19th December 2015

  • Observation of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, 3th December 2015. Theme: the Inclusion matters: access and empowerment for people of all abilities at Paro Town.

  • DPAB organized a week long pilgrimage program for PWDs at Bodh Gaya.

  • Education Support for Children Living with Disabilities.

  • Delegates from Digni with Chairman off Disabled Persons' Association of Bhutan

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                                        Disabled Persons’ Association of Bhutan
DPAB is one of the first registered Disabled Persons’ Organizations (DPOs) in Bhutan initiated by persons with disabilities dedicated to the service of all persons with disabilities in the country. The primary mandate of the Association is to supplement the efforts of the Royal Government of Bhutan in promoting the rights and well being of persons with disabilities in the country. Its registration was officially approved on 26th November 2010 under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Namgyal Wangchuck, who established the first national school for the blind in 1973. Today, the Association has been initiating a lot of activities designed to cater to the needs of all persons with disabilities within the limited financial resources available.

“An inclusive Bhutanese society that recognizes and respects the rights and needs all persons living with disabilities in Bhutan, and promotes their long-term physical, psychological and social well being”

“To facilitate the provision of inclusive education and improve the living conditions of persons with disabilities in Bhutan so that they can meaningfully participate in social, economic and political front”.