We strive to bring about real-life changes that lead to prevention and treatment of disabilities as well as to reduce their impact. We collaborate with key stakeholders to translate knowledge gained from research findings into essential services and policies, to enrich the lives of individuals with disabilities.
To achieve our goals, we reach out to the international community in a spirit of collaboration. By building bridges with like-minded organizations, we eliminate duplication of efforts and resources. We assemble world-renowned experts from various disciplines and provide them with the vehicle to seek solutions to a global issue.
This section of the website highlights our commitment, and that of many prestigious organizations, to develop an international collaborative effort to prevent and reduce the impact of disabilities. Using knowledge to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, we act as a medium for exchange of information both in the region and globally.
Our founders and collaborators are actively engaged in partnerships with key stakeholders, and continue to build bridges around the world in order to benefit members of the disabled community. Together, we become a powerful force for change.
-Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
Our Partnership Programs
There is important work taking place in the field of disability research, and your organization can be a part of the solution to prevent or reduce the impact of disability. By partnering with experts around the globe, we eliminate duplication of efforts and develop capacity building.
Many influential people have supported the Center’s work and we acknowledge their continued support. In addition to monetary support which ensures financial sustainability, we reach out to the international community and invite them to support the work through networking and knowledge resource development. By joining with us, we can connect researchers and resources within the region to the broader international community -- bringing solutions to a global issue.