Cerebral Palsy Africa is a Dutch Charitable Incorporated Organisation working in countries throughout Africa to improve the lives of children with cerebral palsy.
CPA works with all who strive to enable children with cerebral palsy to reach their potential. The aim is to allow children with cerebral palsy to be integrated into their communities and have access to education. We do this through raising awareness of the benefits of therapy and through conducting training programmes for community workers, teachers, parents and therapists, to give them the knowledge and skills to be able to help the children function better in their everyday lives.
Years of experience
CPA Scotland -> CPA with a Dutch board
CPA Scotland remains in operation for the fiscal year 2020/2021. In the meantime, the Dutch board will be gradually taking over all the responsibilities of the Scottish charity.
The link to the old official website
Cerebral Palsy Africa (CPA): Strategic Plan 2021-2022
CPA’s end-goal is to improve the QUALITY OF LIFE of children with neurodevelopmental disability (NDD) and their parents through better interventions and services provided by well-equipped staff working in CBR-programs.
Low Cost Materials
Chairs and other assistive devices can be made and adapted with local low cost materials and this can even be done in the child’s home.
Access to Education
Cerebral Palsy Africa's main aim is to enable children with cerebral palsy to be integrated into their communities and have access to education.
Latest update website: 27-04-2022