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On the 20th July EmbraceAbility celebrated its first birthday! As a small NGO with only a few volunteers running the whole organisation we have worked extremely hard to achieve our first milestone; launching the Community...

As we storm into June and Cambodia's beautiful (yes beautiful!) rainy season, EmbraceAbility is very excited and proud to announce the latest addition to its team! The talented Amara Khan joins us as Project Coordinator,...

As another Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close, I find myself encouraged and cautiously optimistic about our future dealing with this complex issue. Every year, more and more people share their own mental...

After Oxfam: The future of charity It is no secret that charities are under intense scrutiny at the moment. Following allegations of sexual misconduct perpetrated by Oxfam staff in Haiti, there has been significant fallout for...

Last week, the Sesame Street theme park received the world’s first autism certification. Sesame Place, which is based on the popular children’s TV show Sesame Street, was granted the award after its staff completed training...