It was pomp, color and fun for the many that showed up that evening-there was enough for everyone-the children with special needs and their families for the Eid event for children with special needs co-hosted by EquallyAble Foundation and ADAMS in the Washington DC area. A major [...]
To Amin and Anil, to Sudha and Sameena, living in a small village was no fun; added to this plight were their disabilities which had rendered them unemployed and poor. They were without any option to make a living and earn towards a decent livelihood. EquallyAble Foundation [...]
Hailing from a poor family in Nizamabad, Ravi, a post polio survivor, never knew that his dream of bracing a light weight leg brace or caliper would come true. This leg brace would assist him to walk again and provide a means to school and to a [...]
Physically disabled Jamaluddin, lives in a small village in Anantapur District,currently earning $60 per month after an internet café was established by EquallyAble. Low cost refurbished PCs were used to set up his cafe. He says this business has provided a livelihood they had once imagined impossible.
This is an amazing story of a family of eleven, 6 daughters and 3 sons which survives on the meager income of a private employee of Rs.4,000/- (US$82) per month. All 3 sons are visually impaired and rely on their mother for daily rituals, but this has [...]
"I want to thank EquallyAble Foundation for the extended support, which helped me to get in here, in IIMA (Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad)" said Huzaifa, a polio survivor who beat the odds by gaining admission to the prestigious Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Years of personal [...]