Darul Sukun – A Center of Peace & Love
1. To awaken awareness in society about disability and the importance of its acceptance.
2. To strive our best to create opportunities and events where people with disability can interact and integrate with others in society.
3. To develop a disability friendly infra-structure and environment where abandoned children with disability and vulnerable people can have access to every service and facility.
4. To strive to make Persons with Disability a part of mainstream society and to acquaint them about assistive technologies that can increase their productivity.
5. To serve abandoned, destitute and orphaned, disabled and non-disabled children with love, care and enable them to live independent lives.
6. To conduct trainings, workshops and seminars to develop the capacity of people who are associated with Persons with Disability.
7. Developing educational programs and support services for people with disability and non-disability to ensure they have equality of opportunity within their communities.
Sr. Ruth Lewis
Dar ul Sukun has evolved a multisectoral strategy to address the larger needs of people with disabilities to ensure their participation and inclusion in society which can enhance their quality of life. An estimated 15–20% of the world’s poorest people are disabled and living in an abysmal condition particularly in developing countries. All too often they experience stigma and discrimination with limited access to health care, education and livelihood opportunities. Knowing the glaring realities of state’s constant denial of fulfilling its responsibilities for the people with disabilities, Dar ul Sukun provides accommodation to abandoned children and people with disabilities and also empowers people with disabilities, their families and communities regardless of cast, color, creed, religion, gender, age, type and cause of disability. This is done through raising awareness, promoting inclusion, reducing poverty, eliminating stigma, meeting basic needs and facilitating access to health, education and livelihood opportunities. We are enormously grateful to and appreciate the association of national and international sponsors, volunteers, corporate companies, financial institutions and anonymous people for their regular financial, technical and advocacy support contributing in the rehabilitation and claiming rights of people the disabilities and vulnerable families. I am gratified to acknowledge your continued support which helps us achieve meaningful and lasting changes in the most neglected citizens of this country.