Global Partners

Millions of sick people and outcasts have got medical treatment or social support through the German Leprosy and Tuberculosis Relief Association (DAHW). The registered association was founded in the year 1957 as the Deutsches Aussätzigen-Hilfswerk” (German Leprosy Relief Association – DAHW). Since that time DAHW has been giving sustainable assistance to sick and marginalised people in developing and emerging countries – irrespective of political or religious belief.


Mobility Outreach International is a founding member and a governing partner of the Global Clubfoot Initiative (GCI). GCI is a collaborating group of organizations and individuals with the common objective of eliminating physical impairment resulting from untreated clubfoot using the Ponseti method as the primary treatment method.

Humanity & Inclusion

Mobility Outreach International and fellow GCI member Humanity & Inclusion are working together to establish a process-management program at the Hôpital Universitaire Justinien teaching hospital in Cap-Haïtien, Haïti.


In collaboration with the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s Haiti Project, Mobility Outreach International assisted the Hôpital Universitaire Justinien in establishing a rehabilitation service center to provide physical and occupational therapy. The MOi-sponsored Prosthetics Workshop manufactures and fits prosthetic devices.

Mobility Outreach International coordinates directly with the Government of Vietnam to implement programs to help Vietnamese children and adults walk again.

Mobility Outreach International partners with the American Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society to train orthopedic surgeons in developing countries.

Mobility Outreach International is a member of the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics.



Mobility Outreach International also partners with local universities including University of Washington and Washington State University.


Mobility Outreach International partners with the Bureau du Secrétaire d’Etat à l’Intégration des Personnes Handicapées in Haiti in support of rehabilitation services.

The American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists (AAOP) is dedicated to promoting professionalism and advancing the standards of patient care through education, literature, research, advocacy, and collaboration. The Academy is the premier source of learning, knowledge, and research for the orthotic and prosthetic profession, providing professional resources, continuing education, and advocacy to enhance the skill level and awareness of orthotic and prosthetic professionals.