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Our Affiliations

AIDD has a productive working partnership with multiple key organizations with shared goals. This includes national and international NGOs, tertiary education organizations and health care facilities both nationally and internationally. 

 

Host Organization: University of South Asia, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 http://www.southasia-uni.org/ 
 

Supporting Department is the School of Public Health and Life Sciences

http://www.southasia-uni.org/faculty.php?sub=sch_of_ph_ls

Our Profile

Collaborations

Major Collaborating Partner:

CSF Global (formerly known as Child Sight Foundation) CSF Global is an international organization engaged in advancing research for disability. It is committed to generating high quality evidence and providing comprehensive services for establishment of rights-based inclusive societies for children with disability in developing countries across the world.  CSF Global has substantially contributed to the knowledge base on disability, particularly cerebral palsy, in developing countries through numerous successful projects. The organization conducts research with various international and national collaborators in the field of disability-inclusive development, focusing on the areas of health, nutrition, livelihood, social development, and empowerment.

 

Disability-inclusive research is conducted by CSF Global both internationally and nationally.

The organization operates a number of disability rehabilitation centres and other health

facilities in Bangladesh. Discover more at  http://csf-global.org/ 

 

North Bengal Medical College (NBMC), Sirajganj, Bangladesh

A prominent tertiary care hospital and an educational institute.

A number of presently ongoing studies are being conducted with support from this facility.

Discover more at http://nbmcbd.com/ 

 

Shahjadpur Maternal and Child Hospital, Shahjadpur, Bangladesh

A specialized hospital providing maternal and child care in a rural sub district (upazilla) in Bangladesh. A number of presently ongoing studies are being conducted with support from this facility.

International Collaboration

AIDD has existing collaboration with the following international academic and research organizations;

Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney, Australia. Discover more at http://sydney.edu.au/medicine/ 

The University of Sydney is presently collaborating on the following projects:

Bangladesh Cerebral Palsy Register (BCPR), General Movement Assessment (GMA)

for Early Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy (CP) among High Risk Infants in a Rural Sub District

in Bangladesh, Community based Key Informants Method (KIM) survey of children with

cerebral palsy in rural Sumba Island of Indonesia, Health related quality of life of children

with cerebral palsy in rural Bangladesh (Bangladesh CPQoL study), and Establishing an

Assistive Devices Centre for Children with CP. 

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Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation, Australia

The Cerebral Palsy Alliance of Australia is presently collaborating on the following projects:

Bangladesh Cerebral Palsy Register (BCPR), General Movement Assessment (GMA) for Early

Diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy (CP) among High Risk Infants in a Rural Sub District in Bangladesh,

Health related quality of life of children with cerebral palsy in rural Bangladesh

(Bangladesh CPQoL study), and Establishing an Assistive Devices Centre for Children with CP.

Discover more at https://research.cerebralpalsy.org.au/ 
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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom

Discover more at https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/ 

 

Department of Neuroscience, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Discover more at http://www.neuroscience.cam.ac.uk/ 

 

Karitas General Hospital, South West Sumba, Indonesia

Karitas General Hospital is presently a collaborating parent for an ongoing community-based Key Informants Method (KIM) survey of children with cerebral palsy in Sumba, Indonesia.

Persatuan Karya Dharma Kesehatan Indonesia (PERDHAKI) - Association of Voluntary Health Services of Indonesia, Indonesia

This partner is currently collaborating on the Epidemiological Study on Childhood Blindness

in Indonesia project. Discover more at https://perdhaki.org/ 

 

Dria Manunggal, Institute of Research, Empowerment and Development for People with Different Abilities, Indonesia

This partner is currently collaborating on the Epidemiological Study on Childhood Blindness in Indonesia project.

Discover more at  http://driamanunggal.org/ 

 

Tilganga Institute of Ophthalmology, Kathmandu, Nepal

Discover more at http://www.tilganga.org/ 

 

PBMA’s HV Desai Eye Hospital, Pune, India
Discover more at  http://hvdeh.org/ 

 

Aravind Eye Care System and Aravind Eye Hospital and Postgraduate Institute of

Ophthalmology, India

Discover more at http://www.aravind.org/ 

 

Public Health Foundation of India

Discover more at http://www.phfi.org/ 

 

The Fred Hollows Foundation

Discover more at http://www.hollows.org/au/home 

 

Perkins International

Discover more at http://www.perkins.org/international