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Does your International Aid Organisations in Willunga registered?
Our International Aid Organisations in Willunga is a registered charity and a proud member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and a signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct. The Code requires members to meet high standards of corporate governance, public accountability and financial management.
What is Assisteve Technology?
Our International Aid Organisations in Willunga is committed to increasing access to appropriate Assistive Technology (AT) for people with disabilities in the Asia Pacific Region. Assistive Technology includes any item, piece of equipment, or product that helps a child or adult carry out tasks they might not otherwise be able to do well or at all. Assistive Technology helps to reduce the impact of impairment and increase the ability of people with disabilities to carry out their daily activities and participate in family and community. This includes wheelchairs, prosthetic and orthotic devices, walking aids, hearing aids, white canes and low vision aids.
How to contact you and make a donation?
You can contact our International Aid Organisations in Willunga of Motivation Australia at 08 8556 6703 or visit our website http://www.motivation.org.au/ for more information and details about our advocacies. We look forward to hearing from you.