Why Our Tough Terrain Wheelchairs Are Perfect For Rural Regions

Why Our Wheelchairs Are Ideal For People In Rural Areas Yomusa is 23-years-old and currently lives with her family in Bulawayo. Young Yomusa has Cerebral Palsy and shares the same Spinal Cord Injury as her brother. All her life she had to depend on her family and friends for support but unfortunately her parents are not [...]

By |June 28th, 2018|NEWS|0 Comments

How Your Donations Help Disabled Women In Need

June 2018 Report We Have Been Busy Thanks To you! Country: Zimbabwe Thanks to your donations, we have made many accomplishments this summer. In Zimbabwe, Equally Able gave 86 specially modified wheelchairs to those in need! As we continued to work in Zimbabwe we noticed four distinct disabilities: Cerebral Palsy: a condition marked by impaired [...]

By |June 28th, 2018|ACCOMPLISHMENTS, NEWS|0 Comments

Why Disabled Children Don’t Attend School

Important Reasons Why Disabled Children Are Less Likely To Attend School Over 150 million children in the world live with a disability and 80% of them live in developing countries. Nine out of 10 of these children do not attend school. Why? Physical Barriers Bad Policies Stereotypes & Misconceptions No wheelchairs or other assistive devices [...]

By |June 20th, 2018|NEWS, Uncategorized|0 Comments

EquallyAble to Build Disability Centers Globally

In most developing countries, full inclusion of people with disabilities is still a distant dream. Those in need lack access to education, equipment, and employment, and rehabilitative services often simply do not exist. EquallyAble is now working to make this dream a reality with its state-of-the-art CARES (Centers for Advancement, Rehabilitative Empowerment, and Support) Centers. [...]

By |May 20th, 2018|NEWS|0 Comments

EquallyAble to Sponsor Summer Institute on Theology and Disability

EquallyAble is joining the Collaborative on Faith and Disabilities in sponsoring the 2018 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability. The conference, to be held from June 11-14 in Raleigh, North Carolina, in partnership with Duke University, brings together academics, theologians, and others to explore the inclusive intersections of faith and disabilities. The vision of the Institute is [...]

By |May 19th, 2018|NEWS|0 Comments

You’re Helping Rakesh Get to School

We are proud to announce the first EquallyAble Bridging the Gap Award has been made to ASTHA in India to help children like Rakesh. Rakesh is a child with disabilities in the urban slums of Delhi, India.  Every morning, his mother must carry him to school through narrow lanes with open drains, heaps of garbage, [...]

By |May 19th, 2018|NEWS|0 Comments