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APCD: Asia-Pacific Development Center on Disability

The Asia-Pacfic Development Center on Disability (APCD) provides leadership training in the Asia-Pacifc region, including for Deaf people.
Logo for the APCD Foundation. Above the name of the organization is a globe, A blue line is wrapped part way around it. A square is behind the globe, a small circle is above the square.

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The Asia-Pacfic Development Center on Disability (APCD) promotes disability empowerment in the Asia-Pacific region. Their focus is on countries in the Asia-Pacific region. They provide leadership training for grassroots leaders with disabilities. Deaf leaders also have actively participated in their empowerment programs. Meanwhile, APCD works with Deaf and disability organizations in more than 30 countries.

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