UCP Wheels for Humanity provides access to mobility to people with disabilities in developing countries.
According to the World Health Organization, there are more than 70 million people in the world who need a wheelchair but don't have one. Founded in 1996, UCP Wheels for Humanity provides appropriately fitted wheelchairs and quality of life services to children and adults with physical disabilities in developing countries. We also serve as an advocate and capacity-building partner to local organizations, so we can build sustainable, community-based systems that create long-term change. Over the course of our 21-year history UCP Wheels has worked in over 75 countries and touched the lives of more than 313,300 people. Find out more at our website: www.ucpwheels.org
They had paid staff and vendor staff doing most of the work. Difficult to find the coordinator and once I did she just asked me to walk around (6 hours of it) and find something to do. At least they fed volunteers.