What do NGOs do in the field besides distribute Mobility Carts?

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A question asked: “What do the NGOs do other than distribute Mobility Carts?”
Answer: The Luke Commission, medical team in Swaziland, is one of the many NGOs that have the distribution of our carts as a part of their total program. We began our partnership in 2009. They list their mission as “taking comprehensive medical and spiritual aid to rural communities.” Here is a listing of what they did last year:
*** 61,570 medical patients.
*** 10,452 eyeglasses.
*** 338,635 medical packets.
*** 24,452 patients tested/counseled for HIV.

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*** 367 wheelchairs/adaptive equipment (including Mobility Carts)
*** 117,609 TOMS shoes for children.
*** 2,792 surgical procedures.
*** 35,530 Youth vision screening.
*** 306 cataract eye surgeries.
*** 449 HIV/TB therapies initiation.
*** 62,807 Scripture booklets/Bibles.
*** 179,807 community health education.
*** 60 tons fresh vegetables given to patients and staff.
Mobility Worldwide is very proud to be a part of a medical team that provides those kinds of services. The Mobility Cart becomes a part of what we call a “holistic” approach.
“What prodigious power a large body of people can put forth when they all work at the same task and are greatly interested in it.” William Sumner
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DBA Mobility Worldwide MO – Columbia

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