Mobility Foundation

TIE projects with


According to the World Health Organisation, there are about 2,500,000 people with disabilities in Ghana. Very few schools are prepared to welcome children with disabilities, which has lead to a huge gap in opportunities and access to rights to disabled people; in the Northern and Volta regions of Ghana, the situation is much worse compared to the capital, Accra. The Mobility Foundation works to reduce this gap. By advocating for people with disabilities and for people living with HIV/AIDS in rural areas in Ghana, the organization is improving the lives of thousands of people and giving them the opportunity to improve their lives. Working on a very grassroots level, the Mobility Foundation can see the needs of people very closely and work to address them. |


TIE Project with the Mobility Foundation

Albert Gentry from VMLY&R is going on TIE in 2019 to help the Mobility Foundation with their communications.