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Global Mobility provides children and adults in developing countries with a wheelchair…or other appropriate ambulatory aid equipment that addresses each individual’s specific disability and mobility needs. We offer training and education to the recipients of our wheelchairs and ambulatory aid equipment and their families and caregivers as well as other organizations, NGOs, community or business groups in basic wheelchair functions, maintenance, and care.

By creating partnerships in the countries we serve, Global Mobility can effectively and efficiently identify recipients, establish networks of support, create opportunities for continued service, and increase exposure within the disability community. Our organization offers expertise, support, and advocacy to individuals with disabilities as well as organizations that serve the disability community in support of independence, inclusion, education, and employment of people with disabilities.

UCP Wheels for Humanity provides wheelchairs and individualized wheelchair seating and positioning services to children and adults in developing countries for its parent organization, United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles. Since 1996, UCP Wheels has held seating clinics in over 70 countries, providing wheelchairs, wheelchair services, education and empowerment … and changed the lives of over 53,000 children and adults.

Partners In Health is a non-profit health care organization dedicated to providing a “preferential option for the poor”. PIH strives to provide an alternative to the conventional curative method of treatment for the sick and instead tries to prevent diseases before they occur. This model believes that primary health care is essential because health is a right and therefore, it should be available to everyone.

Shonaquip provides clinical services, children’s posture support wheelchairs and devices and professional and clinical training for therapists, rehabilitation workers, wheelchair users, their care providers and families, across Southern Africa.

The company has branches in the Western Cape, Eastern Cape and Gauteng, and its head office and factory are based in Cape Town. Since its inception, it has helped more than 65,000 people in need of wheelchairs.