Government and institutional funding

STAND partners with institutions, championing affordable and comprehensive rehabilitation for amputees in sub-Saharan Africa. Together, we're breaking down mobility barriers.

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Our work lies in addressing a unfair gap in access to essential services for individuals with limb differences in sub-Saharan Africa.

Many amputees face physical challenges and social and economic barriers that hinder their full participation in society. Without adequate support, these individuals may struggle with independence, employment opportunities, and social inclusion.

By tackling these challenges, we contribute to a more equitable world where everyone has the opportunity to thrive, regardless of physical differences. Our efforts are designed to improve individual lives and strengthen communities by promoting inclusivity, understanding, and respect for diversity.

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Our commitment is support people with limb difference by improving services.

Why support STAND?

Government and institutional organisations have a unique opportunity to support an initiative that is making tangible, transformative changes in the lives of individuals affected by limb difference. 

Our work directly contributes to the upliftment of individuals with limb differences, empowering them to lead independent lives, access employment, and actively participate in their communities.

This support goes beyond the individual, catalysing broader social and economic development, reducing healthcare costs, and fostering environments of inclusivity and respect.


Our strategic goals

Local prosthetics teams
have the capacity to provide affordable and comprehensive rehabilitation and access to high-quality prosthetics, for every individual with limb difference, in their community
People living with limb differences 
create opportunities for themselves, thrive  independently and enrich their communities.