PARTNERS

While the Centre is a financially and administratively independent body it partners with many other organizations to deliver its services island-wide.

 

One of our major supporters has been the Rotary Movement both in Sri Lanka and worldwide. To date 9 Rotary Matching and 3 Global Grants have helped set up the Centre and finance its projects and programs, spearheaded by the Rotary Club of Kandy.

 

Local Rotary Clubs often provide help in the organization of our outreach camps across the island and also help us identify and reach people in need of our expertise.

 

Individual donors partner us by setting us endowment funds to provide much-needed funding for the annual provision of limbs, often in memory of a loved one.

 

We also work with local authorities to identify and reach needy recipients and to organize outreach camps

 

Our partnerships with INGOs and NGOs working in this field has allowed us to extend our reach and our services to special groups of people with disability. Our partnership with the Cerebral Palsy Lanka Foundation and Motivation are good examples.

 

Local hospitals help by referring needy patients to us for limbs or other devices and we maintain close working relationships with other centres like ours to share expertise and information

 

We partner with physiotherapy units in universities to run internships for their students at our Centre

CFH Sri Lanka is a facility which provides prosthetic and orthotic devices and rehabilitation services to physically challenged people from all over the island enabling them to live full and productive lives. Our services are free of charge and we extend a helping hand to everyone who comes to the Centre irrespective of race, religion, ethnicity, caste and class,or gender.

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