Strive for a barrier-free, inclusive society for PWDs’fully enhanced capacity.
One of the most important things in DRD development is people and organizational culture. Based on the 6 core values, members of DRD are always dedicated to the common development of DRD and the community.
Empathy and sharing
Respect for diversity
- Developed on the basis of the international symbol of disability and the operational goals of DRD. - The color of the circle represents the lighter wheelchair and the darkest human figure, to illustrate the philosophy of DRD's philosophy: "When you look at people with disabilities, look at a person, not their defect." - The circle also represents an open world, describing the aspirations of the DRD DRD is a partnership with all people. - The head and feet reach out to the circle to speak about the efforts of people with disabilities to integrate into society equally as other people without disabilities.
Life is beautiful when the heart comes to the heart