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Wheels News

Read about plans for future wheelchair distributions, and all other news related to the Wheels for the World programme.



Kumi Wheelsblog: Final Thoughts

Kumi Wheelsblog: Final Thoughts

The Wheels for the World team spent ten days working hard in Kumi, Uganda from the 14th to 24th June. As they head home, here are some final thoughts from team leader, Rob... Last day... read more »

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 7

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 7

The Wheels for the World team are hard at work in Kumi, Uganda from the 14th to 24th June. We'll be bringing you all their updates as often as we can... Today felt like a... read more »

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 6

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 6

The Wheels for the World team are hard at work in Kumi, Uganda from the 14th to 24th June. We'll be bringing you all their updates as often as we can... Today was another happy... read more »

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 5

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 5

The Wheels for the World team are hard at work in Kumi, Uganda from the 14th to 24th June. We'll be bringing you all their updates as often as we can... Today was a new... read more »

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 4

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 4

The Wheels for the World team are hard at work in Kumi, Uganda from the 14th to 24th June. We'll be bringing you all their updates as often as we can - here, team... read more »

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 2

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 2

The Wheels for the World team are hard at work in Kumi, Uganda from the 14th to 24th June. We'll be bringing you all their updates as often as we can... Another busy afternoon! Finally... read more »

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 1

Kumi Wheelsblog: Day 1

The Wheels for the World team are in Uganda, working in Kumi from the 14th to 24th June. Here's the first report back - we'll be keeping you up to date as often as... read more »

Wheels in Kumi, Uganda (14.06.17)

Wheels in Kumi, Uganda (14.06.17)

Our team are now on the way to Kumi, Uganda, for a ten day Wheels for the World distribution working in partnership with Elspeth Robinson and Kumi Hospital. The team, led by Rob... read more »

Don’t give up this Lent: Give Freedom!

Don’t give up this Lent: Give Freedom!

Save £1 a day during Lent, (plus £2 extra on Easter Sunday) and you could change the life of a disabled person in a developing country, by giving the gift of freedom through a... read more »

Wheelsblog, Eldoret: Final Thoughts

Wheelsblog, Eldoret: Final Thoughts

The Wheels team have been in Eldoret and Kimilili, Kenya for ten days, working with hundreds of people and fitting dozens of recipients with wheelchairs. Lives have been changed as a result of their... read more »

Wheelsblog - Kenya, Eldoret 4

Wheelsblog - Kenya, Eldoret 4

Here's the fourth report from the Wheels team in Eldoret, Kenya, written by team leader, Rob Dalton. The team will be on their way back on the 17th Feburary. We are here working for... read more »

Wheelsblog: Kimilili 2

Wheelsblog: Kimilili 2

Here's the second report from the Wheels for the World Kimilili team, covering Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The team are hard at work until the 17th February - please do support them in your... read more »

Volunteers needed!

Volunteers needed!

Volunteer Therapists If you are Physiotherapist or an Occupational therapist, and would like to volunteer 10 days of your time, using your skills to provide life transforming opportunities to disabled people in developing countries, we... read more »

Wheelsblog: Uganda (28.10.16)

Wheelsblog: Uganda (28.10.16)

Departure from normal, two of our members went out on a home visit to see one lady of 85 who is blind and unable to join in on community life. With a wheelchair we... read more »

Wheelsblog: Uganda (27.10.16)

Wheelsblog: Uganda (27.10.16)

We were greeted with clear blue skies and relentless sun and were very very grateful for the shaded veranda. The tent had been full on our arrival. One group had started out at 2am... read more »

Wheelsblog: Uganda (26.10.16)

Wheelsblog: Uganda (26.10.16)

Today was our rest day, although few British people would describe spending six hours on a bus as restful! Indeed Helen, who wasn’t feeling 100% in the morning and had chosen to stay behind,... read more »

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