Without mobility, millions of disabled people in the developing world are being left behind.

The right wheelchair can save a life - and change a life.
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  • 70m people worldwide need a wheelchair

  • 80% disabled people in developing countries live in poverty

  • 90% disabled children in the developing world do not go to school

Wheels to the World

Helps us to get more Wheels to the World this summer...


Author: Gemma Langley

Target amount: £21,000.00

Amount raised: £7,722.00


Behind the scenes at parent carer training

What's a typical parent carer training session all about? Selevano tells us more...


Author: Tony Goring

Rebuilding Lives: Growing Livelihoods

Disabled people in Tanzania to benefit from Big Lottery Fund grant


Author: Joanna Hall

World Cerebral Palsy Day

Motivation receives award for its work in Uganda


Author: Joanna Hall

Our stories

  • Shree Lakshmi, India

    Shree Lakshmi lives in Andra Pradesh in Northern India. Having contracted Polio as a child, she has been unable to walk for most of her life. Read more

  • Mithusa, Sri Lanka

    Meet Mithusa from Sri Lanka. Aged six, she has Cerebral Palsy and epilepsy. Read more

  • Halima, Tanzania

    Halima has cerebral palsy, and needs extra postural support to ensure she remains in good health as she grows up. Read more