The provision of wheelchairs is in the pipeline and is on order. This photo shows two of the team with a child with disabilities and his grandmother. This is the type of wheelchair on order needed to cope with the rough terrain and the severity of the disabilities. One child who moves using her elbows, is likely to receive the first one. This will hopefully mean she can attend her local school. Much hard work has been done visiting local schools. Many obstacles prevent children with disabilities accessing education locally from no specially trained teachers, enormous class sizes and no equipment to help support these children – it can even often be met with hostility. Physical access to schools is often a problem. Really tough, but slow progress is being made. Eleven children with disabilities from the project are now attending their local primary school and one a special school for deaf children which is a major achievement for the Heart of Mercy team.