Ongoing Projects

THE ADAPT – HPCL PROJECT



Based on the ideology of partnership, the HPCL - ADAPT project supports the provision of education, treatment and skills development services to 300 children and youth with disabilities at ADAPT's Bandra, Colaba and Chembur centres. It also supports concomitant training and capacity building programmes for resource personnel, and infrastructure refurbishment. Awareness generating activities on disability and inclusion and the participation of the beneficiaries in inclusive activities is also supported through different events conducted by ADAPT.



THE ADAPT – WORLY PARSONS PROJECT


The goal of the project is to encourage the skills training of marginalized youth, both able and disabled, and to maximize employability. Worley Parsons India Private Limited supports ADAPT specifically in the ceramic training department, in the Chembur Skills Development Centre. Worley Parsons will be sponsoring youth with disability (with special reference to youth affected by cerebral palsy) to pursue the ceramic trade.

THE ADAPT – AXIS BANK FOUNDATION PROJECT (FROM 2010 TO 2016)


The project supported the establishment of preschool services at ADAPT’S Karuna Sadan Centre in Dharavi and the replication of Inclusive Education District Hubs in Dharavi and Pelhar, Maharashtra. These hubs have proven effective in identifying children with disabilities, assessing their needs and providing intervention, furthering the cause of inclusive education in India.

THE ADAPT ORACLE PROJECT



This project supports a wide range of programmes and initiatives, catering to different age groups and needs.


THE ADAPT/CITI CENTRE FOR ADVANCED LEARNING AND INCLUSIVE EMPLOYMENT


Persons with disability in India face huge challenges when they try to develop employable skills and gain meaningful employment, despite the fact that India has ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disability (UNCRPD).




THE ADAPT- SHIKSHA-SANKALP PROJECT


Launched in September 2010 in collaboration with the Christian Blind Mission (CBM), Germany, and the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development BMZ, Germany, this project was completed in November 2013.