Without mobility, millions of disabled people in the developing world are being left behind. But the right wheelchair can save 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

Assistive Technology Changed My Life

Following his keynote speech at the International Prosthetics and Orthotics Society, David makes a call for connection, communication and collaboration.

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Author: Anna Reeve

A community of mothers

Motivation's Parent and Carer training introduces mothers of disabled children to one another and builds a sense of community. Find out more.

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Author: Anna Reeve

The next generation of wheelchairs

Motivation InnovATe aims to change wheelchair design and provision globally.

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Author: Anna Reeve

Challenging disability discrimination in Uganda

Fred explains the staggering impact of disability discrimination in Uganda and how his work seeks to make change.

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Author: Anna Reeve

Our stories

  • Nolia and Kalimo, Malawi

    Nolia and her dad, Kalimo, live in Malawi. They recently attended Motivation's Parent and Carer Training. This is their story. Read more

  • Richard, Kenya

    Richard doesn't see his disability. Instead, he sees opportunity... Read more

  • Richard, Uganda

    Sport has completely changed Richard's life. Read his story and how you can support Motivation's All-Stars Appeal. Read more