Rebecca’s Story

Rebecca Nyirenda lives in Zambia where she loves going to school. However, a lack of appropriate transport means she can only go three times a week. 


Kristelle’s Story

Getting into employment in the Philippines was not an easy feat for Kristelle Gonzales. 


Regina and George’s Story

Regina Mwangi goes to one of the best universities in East and Central Africa, yet poor wheelchair access and a lack of appropriate facilities pose a threat to her education.


Czarinah’s Story

Czarinah Mercado lives in the Philippines. She dreams of a stable job and to one day have her own business and her own family, but potential employers see her disability as a disadvantage. 


Peter and Mirriam's story

Peter Bwale lives in Zambia where he enjoys a loving and happy relationship with Mirriam Moyo. But myths and misconceptions in Zambia mean people with disabilities experience negative attitudes in health centres when it comes to sex and relationships.


Maggie’s Story

Margaret Kangai has been raising her little girl in Kenya and feels proud of the job she’s done so far. However, during her pregnancy she had to overcome stigma from people in the community, as well as her own doctors, who thought someone with her disability couldn’t have sexual relations, let alone raise a child. 



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