Disabilities Initiative Report
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DCI# 471949 (2014-2015)
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Section A: Contact Information
Reporting Period (YYYYMMDD)
Section B: Financial Summary
Total funding from AANDC's Disabilities Initiative
Have other sources contributed to funding?
If Yes, list other contributions sources and amounts received.
Total Funding From Other Sources
Section C: Project Context
Project Summary (no more than 200 words)
Project Results and Outcomes (no more than 200 words)
Objective(s) of the project:
Select the activity area(s) reached and indicate the actual amount of AANDC Disability Initiative funds spent for each.
Public Education and Awareness
Information Sharing Events
Total AANDC Funds Spent
How many individuals were actually reached?
Select the group(s) reached and indicate the total (estimated) percentage of individuals who participated in the project by population group.
Professionals (e.g. Counselors, Doctors, Academics, etc.)
Persons With Disabilities
The information provided is accurate to the best of my knowledge.
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