The Association of  Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) is a non-profit organization whose aim is to defend the cause of people with albinism in Malawi under the umbrella body of the Federation of Disability Organizations in Malawi (FEDOMA).

The  Association of Persons with Physical Disabilities in Malawi (APPDM) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that aims to provide free medical rehabilitation services to as many people with physical disabilities in Malawi as possible, irrespective of age, gender, race, religion, or socio-economic status.  

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Malawi National Association of the Deaf (MANAD) is a non-profit making association of the deaf people with more than 12000 members out of 400000 deaf and hard of hearing members across the country. MANAD was formed in 1992 and is registered under the Trustee Incorporation Act of  Malawi on 4th January 1996. 

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Malawi Union of the Blind  (MUB) was formed to bring blind and partially sighted people together, create a common and unified voice, raise awareness on problems affecting persons with visual impairment and implementing courses of action to address identified needs
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Parents for Disabled Children Association of Malawi (PODCAM) is a Non - Profit making membership organization that was established in 1998. It has over 16,000 members who volunteer to work for the organization. Currently, PODCAM is operating in 23 out of 28 districts in Malawi

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The Spinal Injuries Association of Malawi (SIAM) is a non-profit organization that advocates for disability rights and improved healthcare for spinal injury survivors in Malawi. It was established in 2011 by a group of people with spinal cord injuries who were inspired to become peer group trainers after receiving training from Motivation Charity UK
SIAM’s mission is to promote and establish standards of excellence for all aspects of spinal cord injury care in Malawi
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