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 +[[Volunteering]] - In depth information on volunteering opportunities.
  
 [[Individual donations]] - How us as a private individual can support The Global Ability Initiative monetarily.  [[Individual donations]] - How us as a private individual can support The Global Ability Initiative monetarily. 
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 [[Endorsement]] - How you can help by endorsing our project. [[Endorsement]] - How you can help by endorsing our project.
  
-[[Sponsoring]] - Information on sponsoring The Global Ability Initiative +[[Sponsoring]] - Information on sponsoring The Global Ability Initiative.
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-[[Volunteering]] - In depth information on volunteering opportunities+
  
 [[Cooperation]] - Cooperating with us, aside from volunteering your efforts. [[Cooperation]] - Cooperating with us, aside from volunteering your efforts.
  
  
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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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