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WRF believes that all people, regardless of disability, have the right to participate fully in their communities, to attain education and viable employment.

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In July 2018 WRF Lebanon has started the implementation of the UN OCHA funded project “Alleviating the Burdens of Displacement on Persons with Disabilities among Refugees from Syria and Their Peers in Lebanese Host Communities” (to learn more about WRF’s work in Lebanon, visit www.wrf.org.lb). The program funding of roughly $297,000 is being used to address the unmet needs of the people with disabilities among the Syrian refugees and in their host communities in Lebanon.

This six-month … read more

The World Rehabilitation Fund (WRF) and the United States Department of State are pleased to announce a Cooperative Agreement to assist refugees with disabilities and their peers in the host communities of Lebanon. The agreement between the Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration and WRF will allow for a one-year Project focused on addressing the needs of persons with disabilities by filling the gaps that exist in the provision of basic rehabilitation services. The Project, implemented in … read more


WRF and ProsthetiKa have completed another successful multidisciplinary rehabilitation assistance and training project in the Ukraine.

The goal of this project was to improve the lives of disabled people by enabling them to participate in adaptive sports and recreational activities. Furthermore, by publicizing the accomplishments of the participants, we hope to ultimately improve inclusion of persons with disabilities into employment and social arenas.

The team sent to Ukraine included prosthetists, OTs, PTs, and an adaptive sports trainer. … read more

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WRF believes that all people, regardless of disability, have the right to participate fully in their communities, to attain education and viable employment.