This World Health Day, we take a closer look at the burning global topic “access to the COVID-19 vaccine”.
For Light for the World and the communities we serve, including people with disabilities, the stakes are agonisingly high.
former President, World Federation of the Deaf & Honorary President, International Disability Alliance, Visiting Lecturer at Rochester Institute of Technology - National Technical Institute for the Deaf
It’s time the mainstream nurtured, sought out and embraced people with disabilities. Our voices must be heard in all spheres of society. That’s my goal, as an Ambassador for LIGHT FOR THE WORLD.
I have experienced LIGHT FOR THE WORLD as authentic, unpretentious, and lively. Their work for children with disabilities is extremely important. That is why I have made a bequest to them.
LIGHT FOR THE WORLD works as a team at eye level, and gives meaning and great pleasure to many people.