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The word on volunteer opportunities with EmbraceAbility is out! We are very lucky to be able to choose from a very talented pool of volunteer applications. It was an easy choice for us when Sophie's...

Last week, I sat down with Shantella at our office in Phnom Penh to find out about her experience volunteering with EmbraceAbility. It is with huge sadness that we said goodbye to Shantella as she...

Following two sold-out screenings at the Duke of York on the 6th August, the Believe That team celebrated their success with the final screening in Brighton. Believe That is a short documentary by filmmaker Caleb Yule,...

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...