Disability Aid Abroad is a Northern Ireland charity established to change the lives of people with disabilities living in developing countries.

People with Disabilities in developing countries are the ‘forgotten voice’ of international aid, and they need urgent specific targeted aid.


  • 50 million people with disabilities living in Africa of which only 2% have access to any form of aid
  • 90% of children with mental disabilities die before the age of 5
  • 70% of disabled adults live in abject poverty

There are:

  • 650 million persons with disabilities in the world, or 10 per cent of the global population.
  • An estimated 80% of these persons live in developing countries, many in conditions of poverty.
  • People with Disabilities are disproportionately represented among the world’s poor and tend to be poorer than their counterparts without disabilities.

There is an urgent need to solve this appalling problem and Disability Aid Abroad has been formed specifically to help disabled people in developing countries.

Charity Number XR97046 Registered Company Number NI061032


3 thoughts on “Mission

  1. Peter K.B.Alfred

    Dear Partners,
    Greetings to you all. Thank you so much for your noble action to promote the concerns, interests and wishes of all persons with disabilities globally. Christian Outreach Justice Mission Sierra Leone is a rights based organization in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, a West African State in Africa. We work to protect and promote the rights of people with disabilities, their rehabilitation, social and economic needs.
    We view your initiative as entire and very timely for the over 650 millions of disabled persons and would-be disabled worldwide. For that matter, we seek your kind consideration to partner with us on this urgent matter to promote the welfare of these disadvantaged ones everywhere including post conflict Sierra Leone.
    Thank you in advance for your positive consideration. Please provide us with the necessary advice and information to facilitate the process. Looking forward to your response.
    Yours Sincerely,
    Peter K.B.Alfred
    Executive Director
    Cell Phone: 00232 3026 9330


    i like what you are doing it is real too good, i am from Tanzania, the executive chairperson of the organization of Disabled information which deal with reporting the news about the people of disabled through media, we think if media can report the issues of disabled people can change the negative attitude the society have toward the disabled people. we wish to work with your organization if possible.

  3. Gwen Librandi

    The very first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The final is always to say thank you. Involving, the first choice is a servant.
    If the career you’ve selected has some unexpected inconvenience, console yourself by reflecting that no career is without one.


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