Mobility Outreach International (MOi) restores and enhances mobility for children and adults in under-served areas of the world. We do this by helping individuals whose lives have been impacted by limb loss and limb deformity. Along with our partners, MOi is focused on strengthening health systems so mobility is accessible to people across the globe.
Our comprehensive corrective treatment programs include:
- orthopedic surgery
- prosthetics and orthotics services
- physical rehabilitation
- education and advocacy
MOi fully utilizes resources and human expertise available within local communities. By sourcing program requirements locally, MOi not only makes mobility accessible in under-served regions, but also contributes to creating a more robust market for mobility services, advancing local economies and driving forward a sustainable model for ongoing patient care long after we are gone.
Our Non-Profit’s Successful Approach to Lasting Commitment
At Mobility Outreach International, the definition of commitment runs deeper than setting lofty goals and making promises. After nearly thirty years of service and nearly 30,000 individuals served, our non-profit has developed a proven model to seeing our commitments through to the end – to making our dreams of bringing mobility to those in need a reality. This approach relies on our investment in three primary principles:
- Sustainability – We invest in local ownership of our programs with permanent infrastructure, local expertise, education and ongoing advocacy. Continuous, consistent care can be achieved when local healthcare professionals provide the medical services.
- Accessibility – We invest in expansion to increase of organization’s impact through improved infrastructure, communication and education in order to reach a wider community.
- Utility – We pilot programs for the manufacture and repair of prosthetics and orthotics in the regions we serve.
With our vision and combined efforts of our partners, MOi has brought mobility to beneficiaries in Haiti, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Vietnam, and Bangladesh.