Uhambo

Uhambo is dedicated to alleviating poverty for persons with disabilities in Africa by promoting human rights, increasing economic empowerment and advancing quality of life. Uhambo's holistic model includes promoting social inclusion, increasing economic development and advancing quality of life for persons with disabilities by removing barriers of access in rural areas, townships and settlements of Africa. Uhambo provides smart appropriate designs of wheelchairs, delivers support services and/or products and advocates for policy change for persons with disabilities.

Our fabulous trainer and a training participant

Our fabulous trainer and a training participant
Photo from Progress Report 'Our Final Report' (view small | med | large | orig)

Learning about proper wheelchair seating

Learning about proper wheelchair seating
Photo from Progress Report 'Our Final Report' (view small | med | large | orig)

Proud moment!

Proud moment!
Youth at the center will engage in creative skills as part of the Stimulation program. (view small | med | large | orig)

The "I Can" Stimulation Kit's activities

The "I Can" Stimulation Kit's activities
The "I Can" program will be developed for older youth and include activities organized by themes like "At Home", "Family" and "Work". (view small | med | large | orig)

The Ndinogona "I Can" Stimulation Kit

The Ndinogona "I Can" Stimulation Kit
This is Uhambo's successful I Can Stimulation Kit for children. A new kit will be developed that is tailored for older youth. (view small | med | large | orig)
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