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Around 1 in 7 of the world’s population, or 1 billion people experience disability. They are the world’s largest minority. (UN)
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Nothing about us, without us

Two men, a wheelchair user and a crutch user near cliffs
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Sindele and Lungile

Sindele and Lungile are enthusiastic supporters of a project to raise funds for a wheelchair basketball storage facility.

Exercise and camaraderie

A true example of “nothing about us, without us” in action.  Sindele and Lungile show their support for a project to raise funds for the Zithulele basketball team.  They are both members of the team and they stand firmly behind any initiative to raise money for their cause. 
Here they are supporting a runner in the Wild Run who is putting in the effort to raise money for a much needed storage facility for the wheelchair basketball team.  Lungile (right) is the captain of the team and Sindele (left) is a dedicated player and enthusiastic weaver who plans to start his own business from home.

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Programme Rural Ability Programme (RAP)

The first initiative under the CBM SA banner is the Rural Ability Programme (RAP) which will be piloted in Zithulele, a small rural village in the Eastern Cape which is one of South Africa’s poorest provinces



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