"Being disabled should not mean being disqualified from having access to every aspect of life.”
Emma Thompson

Our Accomplishments

Since its inception in 2002, Polio Children has raised more than £1,200,000 ($1.9 million) and initiated over 15 projects for the benefit of more than 1,000 children.

This section lists our past accomplishments or completed projects which are grouped broadly into the following categories:

Nutrition – fortifying the children’s diet resulted in a 60% reduction of minor ailments

Healthcare – supplying wheelchairs and prosthetics ensured greater mobility and reduced abuse of unaffected limbs

Education – building and equipping a hostel offered a safe environment for girls to pursue education

Vocational Training – providing facilities to train in vocations that guarantee a means of earning a regular income and becoming self-sufficient

The following graphs provide an illustration of the accumulation of grants made between 2002-2015 and how the monies have been distributed:




Polio Children’s new Africa Initiative - providing assistance to polio victims in Tanzania, South Sudan, and Sierra Leone.



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