This video clip is of an interview of Valerie Taylor by Bangla TV. The interview was recorded in Tower Hamlets on 4th August, after a meeting there arranged by Jamal Ahmed and Julian Anderson, and broadcast on 10th August 2014. The interviewer/presenter speaks in Bangla and Valerie in English.
This year’s Supporters Meeting on 17 May began again with a terrific curry lunch prepared by Kokhon (Mokhtar Hossein) and his helpers.
This was also a chance for Valerie to meet supporters.
Cat Newton-Grove, seen above with Valerie, spoke warmly of her time last year at CRP helping staff [...]
This was my third visit to CRP in 5 years, I spend the month of November supporting the orthotic and prosthetic department, and was happy to see the expansion of the department, and at long last the government approval of the first course ever in the country for the training of Orthotics and Prosthetics which [...]
Valerie Taylor, founder & coordinator of CRP celebrated her 70th birthday on Saturday, 08 February 2014. Patients, staff, volunteers and visitors all came to enjoy the festivities with her.
There were displays of dancing and singing, followed by lunch for all. A child from William and MarieTaylor school, who had come to the centre with [...]
CRP continues to treat those affected by the building collapse last April. So far, 333 patients have been registered by CRP for treatment – 168 as In patients and 165 as Out patients. 6 patients remain in the hospital. In addition 162 have been referred to Vocational training – of which 17 have completed their [...]
Robin Mitchell, one of our Scottish members has drawn my attention to the broadcast on 17th Sept, Radio 4 ‘File on 4′ 8pm”What price cheap clothes”
CRP gets a mention in 2 parts of the programme with one section from CRP.
This can be accessed on BBC I Player. The Church of Bangladesh are active [...]
“As you are aware, I have met Rana plaza victims during my recent visit to CRP in May and can’t express in words how grateful they were for the treatment and supports provided to them by CRP free of costs. It was overwhelming to meet those distressed people and their families who would [...]
Valerie Ann Taylor, founder and coordinator of Centre for Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP), has won the Rotary International award, says a press release. She will receive a custom-designed trophy and $ 100,000 as prize money. The money, donated by award sponsor Richard Elman, is meant for taking her humanitarian cause and service projects even [...]
My name is Miriam Currie, I’m 25 years old and I’m in my final year of studying Occupational Therapy (OT) at York St John University in England. I came to CRP in March 2013 and stayed for 12 weeks. During that time I completed a 10 week OT placement which contributed [...]
SOURCE: Star Online Report – SATURDAY, JUNE 08, 2013 – Photo: facebook/theonerotary3450
Valerie A Taylor, founder and coordinator of Centre for Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP), has won Rotary International award for her humanitarian work.
She was handed over the award at a ceremony at a Hong Kong hotel on June 6.
In the citation [...]
- Bangladesh Association of Glasgow raises £500 for VTT
- Spring Cleaning in Support of VTT
- Annual Supporters Meeting and Reunion 2015
- Glasgow Events
- Ian Whitty’s Marathon Fund-raising
- OBE for VTT supporter
- Bangla TV interview with Valerie
- Valerie’s 2014 UK Tour – Scottish Leg
- Valerie in Glasgow August 2
- Donations from Coombe Bissett
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