CSO cooperation with prosthetics maker to help people with disabilities in Russia
The All-Russian Society of Disabled People (VOI) and Motorika, the manufacturer of functional prosthetic hands, signed a cooperation agreement.
Motorika and the All-Russian Society of Disabled People will work together to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities.
They have planned to cooperate in the fields of cultural, social, informational, and educational charitable activities.
The parties plan to jointly develop inclusive projects aimed at improving the quality of life and creating a positive image of people with impaired upper limbs, exchanging experiences and practices to support people with disabilities.
“As part of our agreement, we want to inform people about the latest achievements in the field of prosthetics. Motorika’s innovative products allow people with disabilities to have more opportunities for a full life, and to get their hands on modern technologies. We plan to implement joint educational projects and provide consultations on topical issues of accessibility,” said Mikhail Terentyev, Chairman of the All-Russian society of Disabled People, Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
Ruslan Babintsev, Executive Director of Motorika, said that together with VOI, the organisation will be able to communicate more effectively to society what problems people with disabilities face and tell how modern technologies can solve them.