Our Acheivements And Experiences

Our Achievements And Experiences

In order to achieve independent living, we organize a variety of events and workshops to equip our members with proper skills and aptitude that will help them in facing various situations and also help them in becoming a contributing part of society.

We, Yes! We Can Trust have been working for inclusion and development of people
with disabilities especially cerebral palsy through various workshops, events, activities,
actions and trainings which includes skill development training of an individual, Painting
Exhibitions, Changing Mindsets Program, Theatre Workshops, Automatic Wheelchair
support to Disabled Individual, Disabled Women Rights, Disability Rights through
awareness, advocacy and campaign, Empowerment of people with disabilities through
Skill Training and Inclusive events and activities, to provide livelihood for disadvantaged
people and marginalised population of person with disabilities in collaboration with
other organizations like Logos Transformation, Action for Ability Development and Inclusion
(AADI), Delhi Viklang Adhikar Manch, Swayam, Neutron Computers, British Council,
World Vision India, Rise Foundation, Indigo Airline, National Trust, Barry John Acting
Studio. All projects and programs have been contributing the national and international
goals and objectives.

Yes! We Can Trust have sound knowledge on development activities, project implementation
and management, monitoring and evaluation, cooperation and coordination
among national and international donors, local administration, registration authorities,
local community based organizations and development budget control and expenditure
verification, And we know that local culture, religious and social value, participants
which includes people with disabilities especially cerebral palsy; behaviour and attitudes.

The Founders of Yes! We Can Trust is much more capable for smooth operation of
the organization and it’s projects and programs because they also have the identical
disability through cerebral palsy like the participants which is convenient for both of
them to communicate with each other without anyone’s help.