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Globability News

March 2013 - Freelancer advertisement experiment ends.

January 2013 - The end of our Google Ads experiment.

Interruption of service during latter 2012

The Global Ability Initiative

The Global Ability Initiative is a venture dedicated to the development of gratis, open source software for the disabled.

We develop assistive software for a wide variety of people, suffering for example from Aphasia, MS, ALS, Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities as well.

Visit our Download and Development section to see the tools we have to offer and are developing.

Our project is open for participation! Why don't you join us today? There is a wide variety of positions we need filled - Also see the Development section.

These pages have been designed to make your access to the information as straight forward as possible.

If you have any problems with accessing any parts of this site, please click here here to contact us.

The Development Team

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The Global Ability Initiative is a Non Profit venture dedicated to the development of gratis, open source software for the disabled, the sick and the needy - We aim to provide assistive software to a wide variety of people, suffering for example from Aphasia, MS, ALS, Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities as well as pushing initiatives in the field of ECG monitoring.

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