About Us

The GPAPD is a registered, Provincially based NGO which came into existence in January 2008.

Currently there are 32 member organisations and 10 developing members of the National Council of and for Persons with Physical Disabilities in South Africa (NCDP). Direct and indirect Social Work services also rendered in areas where there are none.

Working closely with various Government and Community structures in Gauteng, the GPAPD is able to respond to the needs identified within a community to provide assistance to persons with primarily physical disabilities. GPAPD has a dedicated group of committed, professional personnel who strives to improve the quality of life of persons with disabilities and their families in the Gauteng Province.

We responded to a need for an over-arching structure to co-ordinate the work of organisations, providing services to persons with physical disabilities.

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GPAPD is Proudly Supported by

Dept. of Health and Social Development

Donations

We need your support and donations!

Please make donations for our beneficiaries.

The GPAPD is a registered, Provincially based NGO. We responded to a need for an over-arching structure to co-ordinate the work of organisations, providing services to persons with physical disabilities.

Our banking details are:

FNB Cheque Account

Account Number:  62101833293

Branch Code: 252505

Please email us the bank deposit slip, together with the completed donation form to: beena.gpapd@gmail.com

Or with the consent of the beneficiary, we can link the donor and the beneficiary and they can provide the assistance directly.

GPAPD

Our Background

The Gauteng Provincial Association for Persons with Disabilities (GPAPD) responded to a provincial need for advocacy / lobbying for the rights of persons with disabilities, empowerment, mentorship to organisations rendering a similar service, skills training and job placements for persons with disabilities.

In addition, GPAPD provides Social Work services to people with disabilities, their families and significant others in and around Gauteng focusing more especially on townships and informal settlements.

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Head Office

1 Western Boulevard (Off Main Reef road)
PO Box 612, Crown Mines City West/
Fordsburg, Johannesburg 2025
South Africa

Tel: (011) 8383012/16
Cell: (083) 577 1037
Fax: (011) 838 2636

Director – Beena Chiba: beena.gpapd@gmail.com – 083 577 1037
Ms. Busisiwe Makamo – 011 838 3012
Social Work Manager – Ms. Maya Keel: maya.gpapd@gmail.com
Branch Coordinator – Mr. Jeremy Deysel: jeremy.gpapd@gmail.com
Development Officer – Mr. Deepak Orrie: deepak.gpapd@gmail.com – 011 8383012/16
Office Administrator: Reception.gpapd@gmail.com
Social Auxiliary Worker: Thuso2.gpapd@gmail.com 
Ennerdale Office – Jones Majoni – Social Worker:  jones.gpapd@gmail.com – 0840846369
Lenasia Office – Tshidi Daemane – Social Auxiliary Work: tshididaemane@gmail.com 0837346588
Soweto Office – Ntombekhaya Swekile – Social Auxiliary Work: pswekile@gmail.com 0846051562

Tswane:
8 Dr. Savage Road, Prinshoff, Gezina
Northern Gauteng
0031
South Africa

Tel: (012) 323 0348
Cell: (071) 279 1434/ (079) 575 9464

Social Worker: Nokuphila.gpapd@gmail.com
Social Worker: maholdi.mshibe@gmail.com

Orange Farm:
Stand 15747, Ext 4
Orange Farm
Gauteng, South Africa

Social Worker – Ms. Dulcie Molefe: dulcie.gpapd@gmail.com

Tembisa:

43 Cnr Benin and Jacky Street
Ethafeni Section, Tembisa, Kempton Park
Gauteng
1632
South Africa

Tel: (011) 924 2518
Cell: (061) 461 1626/(061) 462 7370

Social Auxiliary Worker: refilweivy@gmail.com
Social Worker – Ms. Talent Gurure: Gtalent177.gpapgd@gmail.com

Sebokeng:

Stand 06, Zone 18 Sebokeng
Vanderbijlpark
Southern Gauteng
South Africa

Tel: (016) 988 600
Cell: (061) 464 5700
Fax: (016) 988 600

Social Worker: Sannie.mmekwa@gmail.com