April 25, 2004

Asian Pacific Best Practices in Inclusive Travel

The Asian and Pacific Decade of Disabled Persons, 1993-2002 resulted in publication of a collection of best practices in inclusive travel in the region. A selection can be found under Decade Best Practices Documents and in the document, Pathfinders: Towards Full Participation and Equality of Person with Disabilities in the ESCAP Region (Social Policy Paper No. 2).

Here is a contact list for each of the organizations profiled in the study:


Centre for Disability in Development
D-55 Talbag, Savar
Dhaka 1340
Bangladesh
Email: cdd@bangla.net

Disability Action Council
28, St 184, Khan Daun Penh
Phnom Penh
Cambodia
Email: dac@bigpond.com.kh

Health and Welfare Bureau
Government of Hong Kong Special
Administrative Region
19-20th Fl Murray Building
Garden Road
Hong Kong
China
Email: cforr@hwb.gcn.gov.hk

Access Initiative Group
C/- Naziaty Mohd Yaacob
Department of Architecture
University of Malaysia
Malaysia
Email: naziaty@yahoo.com

Samarthya
B-181 Mansarover Garden
New Delhi 1100 15
India
Email:samarthyaaccess@hotmail.com

Blind People’s Association (India)
Dr Vikram Sarabhai Road
Vastrapur
Ahmedabad 380 015
India
Email: bpa@vsnl.com

Thailand Association of the Blind
Bangkok
Thailand
Email : info@tab.or.th

Food and Agriculture Organization
Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

Maliwan Mansion
39 Phra Athit Road
Bangkok 10200
Thailand
Email: FAO.RAP@fao.org

Centre for the Rehabilitation of the
Paralysed

PO-CRP: Chapain, Savar
Dhaka
Bangladesh
Email: crp@bangla.net

Katipunan Ng Maykapansanan Sa
Pilipinas (KAMPI)

Old Administrative Building
Quezon Memorial Circle, Diliman
Quezon City
Philippines
Email: bbc701@surfshop.net.ph

Bright Future Group for People with
Disabilities

P 106 B15 Luong Dinh Cua Street
P Kim Lien, Q Hai Ba Trung
Hanoi
Viet Nam
Email: tlts@bfgroup.org.vn

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