UPLIFT HA NOI: "Arms upon arms"
Uplift is a social impact project run by Vulcan Augmetics as part of both our CSR and business operations. Uplift aims to put sponsored prosthetics onto lower income amputees, and work with business partners to place these amputees into public facing jobs, facilitated by specialist prosthetic attachments designed and provided by Vulcan.
What is Project Uplift?
What is our Impact Proposition?
Help 30 amputees regain their independence: physically, mentally and financially through robotic arms, skill training and work placements
Uplift with an aim to apply high technologies and supports from our partners for helping the amputees gain back their power, financial independence and self-belief
Promote CSR initiatives and inclusivity in hiring among businesses and organizations
Change public perception and also amputee themselves on their
potential and power
What Vulcan want to achieve?
AMPUTEES ACROSS VIETNAM
The Coffee House became our partner in sponsoring jobs for the amputees. Amputees can easily get access to job opportunities of being waitresses. Also, this is a public-facing, highly-visible, and people-interacting job that will create a strong message.
Launched on 30th March 2019,
Uplift aims to deliver prosthetic arms to 30 amputees, giving them a chance to earn a decent earning to support themselves and their families in 2019.
April 2019: The Coffee House
Approximately 69% of the 5.1 million persons with disabilities are of working age. Only 30% of them have a job and a stable income to support themselves and their family.
June 2019: UPLIFT IN HCMC
Successfully deliver 3 robotic arms for 3 amputees in HCMC
June 2020: UPLIFT IN HA NOI
Successfully deliver 10 robotic arms for 10 amputees in the northern area
This is towards
Changing society’s perception of people with disabilities.