Our Programmes

At MOTO we hope to ignite the fire for all vulnerable people and we aim to achieve this by:

  • Facilitating advocacy, rehabilitation services and raising awareness about people with disabilities and long-term conditions in Africa;
  • Sharing skills and knowledge with relevant professionals to help facilitate accessible and comprehensive rehabilitation services;
  • Using therapeutic interventions and social outreach as a tool to support and empower marginalised people;
  • Supporting and developing accessible therapy services of clinical excellence.

We do this through the implementation of our programmes.

MOTO Therapy Outreach Programme

Our therapy outreach programme focuses on supporting trained rehabilitation professionals to work with our partners in delivering therapeutic interventions to those in need.  Activities within this programme include recruiting and supporting volunteer rehabilitation therapy specialists to work in-country with partners, training local support workers and delivering rehabilitation interventions.

Social Outreach Therapy Programme

Our Social Outreach Therapy Programme involves using occupational therapy as a tool to empower some of the most marginalized people in society by exploring identity, encouraging empowerment, and supporting society integration. Activities within this programme include developing an excellent volunteer programme through training that can be delivered to volunteers from other organizations on a consultancy basis. The program aims to work with high-quality national and international volunteers.

Disability and Long-term Conditions Support Programme

MOTO’s Disability and Long Term Conditions (LTC) Support Programme aims to change negative perceptions and raise awareness about the inequalities faced by those living with disabilities. By establishing a healthy support network, MOTO strives to allow those living with disabilities and LTC to be heard. Activities within this programme include raising awareness, advocacy about disability/LTC rights and addressing inequalities faced by those living with disability/LTC.