Welcome to UA Hub

We listen. We connect. We network. We collaborate. We deliver.

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#Mandela100

#100UABursaries #100UAJobs #100Wheelchairs #Free100Listings.

Who we are

UA Hub was established in 2017 to advocate for and promote universal accessibility in South Africa and globally.

OUR VISION

A world where differently-abled individuals are at the forefront of shaping their own futures, as well as the institutions and policies that affect them.

OUR MISSION

To harness the power of joint initiatives with key stakeholders for the inclusion of the differently-abled as valued and recognized citizens.

OUR VALUES AND PHILOSOPHY

We are guided by the universal principles of human dignity, equity, non-discrimination and social justice, and we endeavour to practice these values in all that we do.

Who is UA Hub for?

Intellectually Challenged

Sight Impaired

Hearing Impaired

Wheelchair Users

Parent/s & Toddler

Elderly

Universal Accessibility Hub

UA Hub works through collaboration with the public and private sectors to ensure accessibility for people with all forms of disabilities. Sustainable development nationally and globally is driven by inclusive participation regardless of gender, race, disability and age. The South African constitution’s founding provisions highlight values of human dignity, equality and human rights and freedom. To realise the ideal of universal access it is necessary to address the barriers experienced by those left out or left behind.

UA HUB contributes to the deliverables as set out by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and South Africa’s National Development Plan (NDP) with regard to the rights of persons with disabilities.

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UA Events

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Current Campaign

#100UABursaries #100UAJobs #100Wheelchairs #Free100Listings.

Former President Nelson Mandela was an iconic figure who was a key proponent of the rights of those who are differently-abled. UA Hub’s contribution to celebrating his legacy is our #100Wheelchairs #100UABursaries #100UAJobs #Free100Listings. By the end of 2018, we will have 100 wheelchairs donated, 100 bursaries and jobs for differently-abled individuals, and 100 free listings of businesses/organisations that are promoting UA.

“For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others”.
- Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

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