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Dear MoveAbility Friends,

Since 2017, we have reinforced communication and branding at the ICRC MoveAbility Foundation, moving from a static to a dynamic and fresh brand. 

This Newsletter aims to offer our readers a look at our activities and to present the latest highlights. 

We wish you a good reading and look forward to your feedback and impressions.

The MoveAbility Team


MoveAbility's Executive Director elected President of the newly founded Global Rehabilitation Alliance

The Alliance envisions a world where every person has access to timely, quality and user-centred rehabilitation services

The Global Rehabilitation Alliance, working in strategic partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), will serve as a powerful advocacy platform, uniting civil society and relevant stakeholders under a common vision and towards the implementation of  "Rehabilitation 2030 – a Call for Action".

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Overview of our activities and impact in 2017

Barely a year ago our organization embarked on a new journey. With a revised and ambitious business model, a new name and visual identity. One of our main objectives is to establish MoveAbility as a key actor in the promotion of sustainable physical rehabilitation systems in low- and middle- income countries.


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MoveAbility received the Zero Project Innovative Practice award

The national platform for the physical rehabilitation sector was rewarded as an innovative practice by the Zero Project Conference 2018 in Vienna on the 22nd of February. The national platform is a space for discussions and advocacy for all the actors involved in disability issues towards the authorities on a set of priorities to answer the needs of persons with disabilities.


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The story of Happy Blessings


Chelo Blessings is an adorable little girl of 14 months old who, due to a congenital deformation, suffered from a disability. She was treated in a rehabilitation center in Zambia and was able to learn to stand up thanks to her new orthoses.


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