Boosting inclusion with wheelchairs

Boosting inclusion with wheelchairs

An estimated three million people in South Africa have disabilities and struggle to lead normal lives. Her daughter's disabilities inspired Shona McDonald to set up an NGO that makes wheelchairs.
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