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There is no car which Ferdi has not been able to modify. This one is a Mini Cooper.

We all know that India is not the most convenient country for persons with disabilities. Due to a severe lack of accessible facilities, persons with disabilities in our country struggle with living an independent and fulfilling life. Going to school, getting

Gateway of India, Mumbai

For most people traveling from different parts of India to Mumbai, the two biggest attractions are spotting a Bollywood celebrity and experiencing the vast sea face for the first time. Thankfully there are many locations in the city to do

Delfino’s, Candolim and Mall De Goa, Porvirim   With a nice wheelchair accessible ramp leading inside, Delfino’s is a recommended supermarket and another Goan institution. Another alternative accessible shopping option is the recently opened Mall De Goa in Porvirim: With

Hospitals and healthcare facilities:   Ideally you won’t need to use a healthcare facility when in Goa but in case you do, here’s a list of the top 10 recommended from the website Best of Health India, complete with a

Goa Police Stations   We hope you won’t need to visit a Police Station during your visit to Goa but in case you do, here’s a comprehensive list of Police Stations in both North and South Goa from India Yellow

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We’re very excited to soon share the UMOJA Card with you, a new way for you to find and experience great benefits at accessible restaurants, hotels, shops, museums, and more!    

Caculo Mall, Panjim Goa   Doesn’t matter if you want fast-food or want your food fast, the food court on the top floor of Caculo Mall is the place to be. The first thing you’ll see even before entering the

Via Rail     Travelling via train? Most trains stop at the main station located in Margao (aka Madgaon or MAO) in the South Goa district. The station is equipped with ramp access right at the exit/entrance. However, there’s limited

  Goa is full of great places to go, sites to see, and things to do, but getting around the state is not easy.  Distances between places can be quite large and public transport is not at all accessible for wheelchair users.

Meet Sai Kaustav Dasgupta, a young wheelchair user from Puttaparthi in Andhra Pradesh. Having won UMOJA’s #WheelchairWanderlust contest in July 2016, he got the chance to go on his dream accessible holiday to Goa. The story of Sai’sholiday was shared with

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