The campaign encourages and provokes people to think about what we mean by disability and where our own limitations lie. The idea for the campaign was developed pro bono by our Board of Trustees and renowned advertiser Frank Bodin.
We enable partners to:
Scale and make enabling information accessible
Build peer-based self-help communities
Provide programmes to foster disability inclusion in organisations
We help 150'000 people on average per month
We asked our users and received 2,202 responses: We have found that, depending on the country, 31-51% of users read an article to its end. To dig deeper into the impact of our work, we conducted a survey to better understand how many people - who have actually read an article - find it helpful. The results are very encouraging: 75% of the 2202 participants in our survey found the content helpful, and 41% even gave it the highest rating - very helpful. The large number of participants provides our findings with a high statistical validity: In 2023 we have helped 150,000 people on average per month in 149 countries that actually rated our service as helpful. A number we are very proud of.
We empower people with disabilities across the world by providing information, self-help peer communities & digital services. EnableMe leverages the scalability and replicability of technology to contribute to inclusion on a global scale.Learn more
The EnableMe platform whether in Kenya, Ukraine, Switzerland or Germany offers its users the ability to solve life’s and employability challenges due to its unique combination of practical and digestible content, peer-support, expert advice and targeted services.
We forge partnerships with like-minded philanthropic, corporate and non-government organisations, thought leaders and third party service providers to empower the one billion people with disabilities and chronic conditions worldwide.
With more than 19 years experience in building winning partnerships with the change ecosystem, EnableMe’s technology and programmes lift the inclusion of people with visible and invisible disabilities.
Launched in 2004 • More than 9000 registered members in the community • Offers a place to exchange and to offer help for self-help between peers • Available in German and French
Launched in 2005 • More than 9000 registered members in the community • Offers a place to exchange and to offer help for self-help between peers
Launched in 2022 • More than 1000 registered members in the community • Available in Ukrainian and Russian • Offers self-help content, community forum and a hub of partner information and links