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About DORAI

“Development. Opportunities. Resources. Access. Insight ”

D.O.R.A.I Foundation is a Community based Organization, registered with the Charity Commissioner's Office, Mumbai, working on Rehabilitation and Empowerment across the Country. It stands for Development, Opportunities, Resources, Access and Insight. Development programs for the lower socio economic segment and the marginalized groups including the neurologically impaired. We help create Opportunities in the community which can enable individuals and groups to help themselves – be it education or economic initiatives.

We make Resources available from the community to the required group and thus try to bridge the gap for the producer group or service organization to make itself self sustained. Access is the key – for both the groups – disabled and non – disabled. Making services accessible is another major area that we try and work towards. In order bring about A Social Change Movement what is primarily needed is the change in mindset and perception. That's what we do through our Awareness and Sensitization Campaigns thus catering to to providing the right Insight.


DORAI Story

Ms. KVJ Dr. Sumithra Prasad

Founder – General Secretary, DORAI Foundation

KVJ stands for Karmaveer Jyoti, a title bestowed upon Dr.Sumithra Prasad in Delhi by Icongo, Rex Fellowship Program in 2012 for her lifelong fight for social justice and citizen action to right every wrong. Her personal life’s journey began with several issues from child abuse, substance abuse and street fights. All this later resulted in a concerned responsible adult, spearheading in areas of de-addiction, non-formal education, skills training, mentoring and empowerment programs.

Dr Prasad’s son got her into counselling, self-advocacy trainings, rehabilitation and neighbourhood initiatives in the disability sector. As a media activist she has made over hundred documentaries showcased at several festivals and public forums.

She is an epitome of self- reliance and fighting for the right. Her contribution to the society has been well acknowledged.

    


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