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  Welcome to this special blog post Today we want to let all of our supporters know the current situation regarding COVID-19 in Cambodia, and what EmbraceAbility is doing to help the communities of Koh Dach Island. We have...

Gender equality for everyone - the central tenant of International Women’s Day. And in 2020, we embrace a new theme on our journey to true parity across all social dimensions. Executive Director of UN Women,...

It is widely acknowledged that sport has the unique ability to transcend linguistic, cultural and social barriers. This makes it an excellent platform for strategies of inclusion and adaptation. Its popularity and broad audience means...

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and alcohol-use disorders affect around 450 million people and account for 12 percent to 14 percent of the global burden of disease, measured in...

Not far from my office in Hanoi, Vietnam is the UN Headquarters. On a daily basis I’m reminded of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) which were decided at the 2015 summit in Dar es Salam....

Working overseas in a developing country is always challenging whether you are haggling for resources to build a centre to stay on budget for a project or the car breaking down in the middle of...

It might surprise you to learn that studies analysing elevated living costs associated with living with a disability are a very recent endeavour of the academic community. It might seem intuitive to most people that...

At EmbraceAbility, we use the term ‘inclusive education’ a lot in describing our work, our strategy and our goals. But what does it really mean? And what/who is it really for? Today, we take a...