Uganda, according to the latest Human Development Report, is ranked 163rd out of 188, making it one of the least developed nations on earth.
According to its 2002 census, 16% of Uganda’s population has a disability.
Due to its low developed status, services and resources are lacking for all, with the majority of the country not having access to essential public services such as health and education services. Our work in Uganda, East Africa, focuses on treating and preventing blindness and improving health.
 (World Bank)
 Disability statistic is based on WHO estimate of 15% of the world’s population live with some form of disability.