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Friday, 13 July 2012

Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation

Welcome to Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (BASR)
BASR stands for Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation which was founded in 1960 as one of Leonard Cheshire’s homes. Now-a-days, it is a non-profit non-government organization that is nationally recognized for the comprehensive medical and rehabilitation services it renders to beneficiaries from different parts of Palestine, particularly those with disabilities regardless of their gender, age, religion or social class.

BASR has worked progressively upon its commitment to enhance the overall quality of life of persons with disabilities and other vulnerable groups, inspired by its mission for their total inclusion into all aspects of community life. Since its inception, BASR has diligently developed innovative programs and services that meet the emerging needs of the Palestinian community.

Latest BASR's News 

Children Activities Held at Toy Libraries

BASR Organizes a Trip for People with Disabilities and Self Help Groups

Early Mother-Child Interactions; Psychosocial Well Being of Toddlers with Emphasis on Children with Disability Training Held at BASR

Knowing Oneself and Optimal Efficiency Training at BASR

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