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On 13 November 2017, DPA conducted a disability awareness talk for students from the Paris Engineering School (EIVP), based in Paris, France. These twenty five engineering students visited Singapore as a part of
On 1st and 2nd November 2017, Disabled People’s Association travelled across the world to attend the 2nd Harkin Summit in Washington DC. The Summit that took place over 2 days was truly an
On 4 November 2017, Cheers (the convenience store arm of NTUC FairPrice), ExxonMobil and Hock Cheong Group came together in partnership with DPA to support persons with disabilities through a charity car wash
On 11 October, DPA conducted disability awareness training and experiential activities for trainers from MOE’s Outdoor Adventure Learning Centre. Our Inclusion Ambassadors Margaret, Rosie and James interacted with the participants and led them
In The Making (ITM) is a 6 months long dance program, tailored by Distinct Creative Arts (DCA) – a social enterprise, where youths including those at-risk or under financial assistance receive the chance
Wildlife in Africa is under the threat of habitat loss and degradation, poaching and hunting. We do what we can to preserve nature and wildlife in Africa.
Because ivory is so valuable to some traders, many elephants have been killed for their tusks. This trade is illegal today, but it has not been eliminated.
We value everyone’s input, especially when they are committed to doing what they can to preserve rainforests, protect climate and wildlife!
Thanks to the SPH Foundation, DPA’s members had the opportunity of catching an afternoon of theatre at the National Museum