Funded project

Education for children with intellectual disability

Samudram, Tamil Nadu, India - India

  • Donors
  • Total raised
    • clients 1.805€
  • Direct beneficiaries 15

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 50

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.

Fundación Vicente Ferrer


  • Materials 1.806€
  • Total 1.806€


Over 30 years now, the Vicente Ferrer Foundation, together with its local counterpart RDT, started the program for people with disabilities. The objective is to build a project for the future that ensures equal opportunities for this group, offering the tools for its own development towards economic autonomy and a fair social status. This includes education from primary school to vocational and university degree.

This project aims to guarantee access to quality education for children with intellectual disabilities coming from disadvantaged families in rural areas.

During the school year, the students will live in B.K. Samudram, one of the six special education and integrative rehabilitation centers managed by RDT, where they will receive special training, and therapeutic and rehabilitation services by a team of qualified professionals.


  • Special functional and academic education carried out by qualified staff.
  • Physical education, recreational and cultural activities.
  • Rehabilitation, therapeutic and support services for the development of vocational and daily life skills.

Who will benefit?

With 5.000€, 15 students from the BK Samudram center will receive special training for one year.

Project objectives

Provide access to quality education and therapeutic services for children with intellectual disabilities coming from rural areas, aged between 6 and 15.

Increase their autonomy, integration and social inclusion.

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