Therap Global team had successful visits in Indonesia last December. Our team members Prattay Iqbal, International Business Development Executive and Rahmeen Tarek, Marketing Operations Executive went to agencies and organizations supporting Persons with Disabilities (PWD) over there. According to United Nations, the country full of majestic mountains and glorious temples has a population of approximately 245 million, of which 4.45% of the people are registered with some form of disability. However, the lack of electronic documentation has posed a challenge for providing adequate help and support to the individuals.

Therap Global, the global leader in providing electronic documentation software for organizations working with Persons with Disabilities (PWD) has been working with service providers in Indonesia to help them improve the documentation process. Prattay and Rahmeen met with BRSPDI Ciungwanara, which is one of the centres under Ministry of Social Affair Republic of Indonesia (MoSA), followed by YPAC Nasional. Interactive Workshop and Information Session was conducted in their premise, where YPAC Jakarta, Statistics Bureau of Ministry of Manpower, YPAC Solo and IT were present among others. An onsite training was also held at Yayasan Sayap Ibu Bintaro I, where teachers were highly benefited by the training.

Therap Global team enjoyed their visits in Indonesia as it helped them understand the challenges of documentation for the organization supporting Persons with Disabilities (PWD). Therap Global looks forward to continue work with them and meet other organizations.

To know more about our visits, look into our blog section.

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