Our projects aim to build the capacity of local organisations and their personnel to make mainstream services more inclusive and deliver specific services such as rehabilitation and assistive technology.
We plan and implement our work with the direct engagement of service users, disabled people’s organisations and other local representative bodies, to ensure their needs, priorities and perspectives drive solutions.
We also advocate for increased efforts at national, regional and global policy level to identify, fund and implement practical, affordable, sustainable solutions to improve access to rehabilitation and assistive technology services.
Geographically, our work is focused on our neighbours in the Pacific Region. We also actively collaborate with a network of agencies and projects throughout the world. This wider engagement creates opportunities for us to contribute to the global disability, rehabilitation and assistive technology sector. It also enables us to draw on the best international approaches to benefit our Pacific partners.
- Papua New Guinea
- Solomon Islands
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- Determination of obstacle-climbing ability of electrically powered wheelchairs,
- Dynamic stability of electrically powered wheelchairs,
- Energy consumption of electrically powered wheelchairs and scooters,
- Static Stability,
- Static, Impact and Fatigue Strengths
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