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Without mobility, millions of disabled people are left behind. We are an international development charity providing wheelchairs and enabling independence.
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Motivation 9h
If you didn't catch it last week, have a read of our Technical Resource Team Manager Rosy's blog on
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Motivation 9h
What if we could use to create wheelchairs tailored to user needs? One size doesn't fit all... At Motivation we want to change how wheelchairs reach disabled people in developing countries
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Motivation 10h
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Would be there in a heartbeat if we were London based! Hope it all goes well!
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Motivation 13h
We're getting all the feels from this video! To find out more about the this August, click here
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Motivation 16h
Have you seen this pop-up at ? Office chair hockey in the streets of London! We know a lot about designing and engineering sports but this is a new one on us...
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Motivation May 20
Did you know we have a monthly e-news bulletin? You can keep up to date with what's going on behind the scenes at Motivation by signing up here:
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Motivation May 19
What an amazing event today in ! Well done for raising awareness of inclusion and thanks to for your support!
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Motivation May 18
Good luck to everyone in who are taking on in Bangalore tomorrow... 🎖️ 40 wheelchair users 🤝33 volunteers 😃 loads of supporters Can't wait to see all you champions in action...
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Motivation May 18
Shout out to our friends and on ! If you're in London and have some time to kill why not check out our Multisport and Rough Terrain at the ? 🏦
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Motivation May 17
So pleased to be part of this special partnership! Using 3D printing we're hoping to tackle the challenges of wheelchair provision in developing countries. Want to know more?
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Motivation May 17
Survival rates of are far lower in developing countries. On we explain how Motivation's work supports people and services dealing with the challenges of around the world
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Motivation May 17
Life can be hard after , but with appropriate aftercare and facilities, it can and does go on. For read how Harrison’s life changed overnight with a new wheelchair & training
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Motivation May 15
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Motivation May 15
On we’re celebrating the power of our parent carer support model to strengthen families and communities in Uganda. One facilitator told us: “We become like brothers and sisters. We start sharing our problems and we start solving them – because we are one.”
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Motivation May 14
“I have come to appreciate my as an empowering tool that enables me to live a full and active life, so don’t ever call me “wheelchair bound”. My wheelchair doesn’t bind me — it liberates me, and for that I love it.” via
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AT 2030 May 14
This morning we had our board meeting to review progress made and set priorities for the next months. Special thanks to for hosting us today!
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Motivation May 14
"...I felt the same excitement I had once felt when setting up the GDI Hub – the tingling feeling you get when you know that people are coming together to do something new and extraordinary." - Great blog from 's on partnerships of equivalence
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Motivation May 14
While most leaders want to build a more diverse workforce, they tend to overlook people with disability in business planning. Here’s how to build a more workplace for people with disabilities. via
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Motivation May 13
Some great here to increase digital for people with disabilities via
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Motivation May 12
Were you inspired by the ? Do you want to push your running goals even further? We're putting together a Motivation team for the Bristol Half in September - get a free place today!
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