A trained health worker providing rehabilitation services for children with disabilities
We are Hope
A community worker visits a mother who's child lives with cerebral palsy to provide essential care
People with disabilities are among the most marginalized worldwide, with children at an even higher risk of stigma, abuse, neglect and death. Although 38 million need prosthetics or orthotics (P&Os) annually, less than 10% are able to access them. Without these assistive devices, people with physical impairments are unable to go to school, gain employment or even conduct daily living activities and engage in their communities – resulting in a cycle of disability and poverty that must be broken.