The South African Disability Alliance (SADA) is a voluntary consultative forum of national disability organization. SADA’s work is aligned with the goal of advancing the rights and freedoms of persons with disabilities in South Africa and the improvement of our quality of life.
Disabled People South Africa (DPSA) is a nonprofit and democratic cross-disability body made up of member organizations of disabled people that mobilizes and advocate for their rights for attainment of equal opportunity. DPSA is recognized as the national assembly of disabled people by Disabled People International (DPI), which has observer status in the United Nations.
The Southern African Spinal Cord Association (SASCA) provides information to health care professionals and policy makers, promotes the treatment and rehabilitation of the spinal cord injured, and networks with governmental and non-governmental organizations, academic institutions and other service providers.
SASCA was formed in 1993 and we affiliated with the International Spinal Cord Society (ISCS).
The aim of SASCA is the study of all problems concerning traumatic and non-traumatic afflictions of the spinal cord and more particularly the advancement in medical and surgical intervention, rehabilitation and social reintegration of the spinal cord paralyzed.