The organization is the first women studies program in Taiwan. Promote women studies, offer educational courses, collect and arranging women studies data, and publish.
This website is a gender protocol owned by the Committee of Women Rights Promotion under Executive Yuan and the foundation of Women Rights Promotion and Development, providing information about Taiwanese women.
The foundation provides legal consultation and counseling to girls and women in the sex trade, and to help them return to their families and society.
This foundation works to end sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and domestic violence, as well as works to empower the girls and women of Taiwan.
This foundation provides direct aid, counseling, and information for individual women and other organizations. Aim to address women’s issues and relevant topics.
This foundation serves girls, women and children who are battered, abused, raped or ababdoned in Taiwan.
The association works to dismantle the discrimination and oppression of gender and sexual minorities in the social institutions of the family, the education system, politics, the economy and the law. They aim to collectively struggle against dominant culture’s ignorance of and refusal to see the gender and sexual rights of gender rebels and sexual dissidents.
The center collects research and information about social differences such as class, race, age, able body, etc.
The association commits to secure and protect human rights from all forms of violation.
This organization is a chapter of World Vision, an international Christian relief and development organization, working to promote the well being of all people especially children.
This foundation has been devoted to make a better environment for our children, providing both direct services and indirect services.
This foundation aims at protecting the well being of children and their families in Taiwan.
The association empowers people to work for the environmental issues in Meinung’s community and organizes them to work together.
This agency provides counseling services, trainings for counselors, and educational programs about mental health.
This association provides mental health information in Taiwan.
The association advocates for the elders’ welfare, works on related legislations and monitoring policies and budget.
This organization delegated from local parents associations all over Taiwan and Peng-hu is a central administrative body speaking for all intellectually disabled in Taiwan and striving for their rights and protection.
This foundation provides an extensive range of services for burn survivors and facially disfigured people; to assist them in their physical, psychological and social rehabilitation; to uphold their human rights and dignity.
This foundation serves all the intellectually disable children and their families. Offering information about early intervention, transition services and job placement …etc.
This foundation has provided direct services including case management, vocational training, job placement, and medical subsidizing as well as indirect services such as lobbying for laws to protect and assist the disabled individuals. and organizing charity events and public educational campaigns on disability in hopes of creating a barrier free society.
There are three types of services offered by the foundation: to take care of PVS sufferers in poverty, to look after the elderly, and to care for the homeless.
This organization advocates for the disables’ welfare, works on related legislations. Collect related issues, articles, news on this website.(No English Version)
This website offers information about special education, entertainments, instruments, care giving for all kinds of the disable.(No English Version)
This organization serves people in poverty-stricken areas, such as the aboriginals in Taiwan or those suffering children in Vietnam. By developing those communities, they promote humanity and foster self-sufficiency.
The foundation serves the aborigine minorities in Taitung County. They aim to solve the problems that the aborigines faced in land-ownership, education, agriculture, transportation, culture/tradition, economy, etc.
This association provides Taiwan local cultural studies information, establishes data base, publishes scholarly papers and conforms international data.