3 December is ‘World Disability Day’

November 30, 2007


‘We all are different. We all have ability.
We all are differently-abled.
rwb salutes the difference.’

Thanks to Chitra for letting me know about WDD through her comment.

View all RwB’s Public Service Ads here


12 Responses to “3 December is ‘World Disability Day’”

  1. Rama Says:

    I am Rama, Chitra’s sister who is part of the team, which has launched the Disability Awareness Week from 3rd to 8th December to create awareness on the issue.

    Thank you so much for giving a link to our website and for the public service ad that you have created for the cause.

    Rama Chari

  2. dinsan Says:

    good one, I liked the image rk 🙂

  3. praneshachar Says:

    Apt ad for public awareness about disabled

    Three lines conveys everything and can be used for any disability
    ‘We all are different. We all have ability.
    We all are differently-abled.
    rwb salutes the difference.’

    hats off to creativity of bellur and nice to see you coming to blog to post these public awareness ads. even though you are on blog hiatus this shows your committment to society

    great job keep going and I also wish Chitra, Rama and their team all success in their endeavor to create awareness about disability. may god give them all strentgh and may your tribe increase

  4. latha vidyaranya Says:

    very apt picture you have created. we all need to understand that there is “ability” in “disAbility” ! we just have to shift our focus from disability to their abilities and encourage and support them to reinforce the abilities. Every one of us have handicaps. but the handicaps need not become a disability!

  5. Sanjay M Says:

    nice one… what a coincidence, I just visited a stall by samarthan ( http://www.samarthanam.org/ ) this week and it was nice, I almost forgot to put up a post of their latest activities but thanks for reminding, I want to scan their posters and put it up.

    Anyway there’s a walk-a-thon that they’ve arranged on December 9th: December 9th 2006: “The Great Walkathon”


    Also when hungry, one can order a pizza from office – and sponsor a child’s meal for a month. The pizza is a large family package for 4 including extra items – and can typically be ordered as a team lunch/dinner from office I guess. It costs 600 – they have a tie-up with Pizza Corner. Details are here…


  6. Sanjay M Says:

    One of my comments on Councellor Latha’s blog

    There are many abilities a human can be endowed with, deprived of which one can say he is ‘disabled’ or more gentle word is ‘impaired’ etc. Being without sight or hearing etc one is disabled but can be overcome and does not become a real disability beyond a certain extent. Compassion is defined as the ability to put oneself in another’s skin. Of all the abilities, being without this ability is the greatest and one and only real disability that matters.

    We all have this disability to a certain extent and this is the one and only disability that we really must overcome! 🙂

  7. Nagasekhar Says:

    Its worse not to have a vision than to be blind.

    “Disability is not a curse but, a challenge and no challenge is insurmountable” — Jyotindra Mehta (India’s first visually-disabled s/w programmer).

    Is there any specific reason for celebrating “December 3rd ” as “International Day of Disabled Persons”?

  8. Pradeep Says:

    I think India has to go a long way. Even the ramps are just only a small concession. Real help has to be much more than that.

  9. adebesin abiodun Says:

    disability is not a sin but is an act of destiny.we are part of the world and we should be given the opportunity to contribute our quater to the development of human race.

  10. amrita Says:

    look i am looking forward 2 something better!!! i need information,not all this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i guess i will get it somewhere else

  11. amrita Says:

    u all r stupids and fools

  12. vidhi Says:

    writing nthng is better than writing all this

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