About Edencentre

Eden Centre for Disabled Children (ECDC) is a non – profit organization catering for the physically and intellectually disable children irrespective of race, religion or nationally. It was established on 18th April 2000 by concerned and dedicated persons in Yangon, Myanmar. Read more

Our Vision & Mission

To provide an enviroment where physically and intellectually disable chlidren enjoy equal opportunity and can live with dignity leading to changes in society Read more

Love is

○ patient ○ kind ○ not self-seeking ○ always hopes ○ always protects ○ always trusts ○ always perseveres

Introduction

Edecentre Opening

Edecentre Opening

Eden Centre for Disabled Children (ECDC) is a non – profit organization catering for the physically and intellectually disable children irrespective of race, religion or nationally. It was established on 18th April 2000 by concerned and dedicated persons in Yangon, Myanmar. Read more

Background

Edencentre Building

Edencentre Building

Although there are still no authentic statistics on the extent of the disabled population in Myanmar it is generally conceded that about 10% of the population is affected in one way or the other. Among many types of disability physically disabled people constitute  .. Read more

Our Service

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Early Intervention Program

The Early Intervention Programme (EIP) was established early 2012. It provides early therapy intervention for children aged between a few months old to 6 years old, Read mre

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

“Centre for Disability in Development” (CDD) was established by the implementation of “Eden Centre for Disabled children” and the supporting of other non-government organizations since March 2008. Read mre

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

“Centre for Disability in Development” (CDD) was established by the implementation of “Eden Centre for Disabled children” and the supporting of other non-government organizations since March 2008. Read mre

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

“Centre for Disability in Development” (CDD) was established by the implementation of “Eden Centre for Disabled children” and the supporting of other non-government organizations since March 2008. Read mre

Our Project

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

“Centre for Disability in Development” (CDD) was established by the implementation of “Eden Centre for Disabled children” and the supporting of other non-government organizations since March 2008. Read mre

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Yangon Disabled Resource Centre (YDRC)

Yangon Disabled Resource Centre’ (YDRC) to promote disability awareness, to disseminate disability related knowledge, to establish net work among disabled organizations and to empower PWD as much as possible. Read more

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Community Based Rehabilitation

community-based rehabilitation (CBR) designed to organize and train people within each community to care for and provide assistance to their own disabled members. Read more

Centre for Disability in Development (CDD)

Inclusive- Educationie

community-based rehabilitation (CBR) designed to organize and train people within each community to care for and provide assistance to their own disabled members. Read more

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Our Blog & Our Activities

Celebrated Int’l Day of Disability ceremony

Eden centre celebrated International Day of Disability ceremony for the disabled children in Dandawgyi park on 3rd December, 2008. The centre also celebrated Christmas Eve ceremony on 23rd December, 2008. Myanmar physically handicap association organized disabled... read more

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This is an amazing place with some very special and gifted people providing the services. I have had the privilege of working with the physiotherapy team on three occasions and have nothing but praise for the high standard of care and accountability and the love shown to the children.

Barbara Mawson

Barbara Mawson

This is great to see. My friend works in physiotherapy in Mississauga, and it’s really a field that makes a difference in a lot of lives. Keep it up!

Thiago daLuz

Thiago daLuz

to be estabiished in kuwait wuth a standard of services which include rehabilitation recreational social awarness and family psycology services. we wish to creat contacts with centers world wide working in this kind of huminitarian services

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