Disabled people face many social challenges throughout their lives, including levels of independence, educational and employment opportunities, mobility problems and discrimination. However, having a physical impairment is not the end of the world. Disabled people have proven abilities, can still earn a decent income and deserve equal opportunities in all aspects of life. Support from family, friends and the community is essential to help them integrate into the mainstream and be accepted for who they are. Plight of poor disabled who had lost their limbs. They asked – where would a poor person losing limb by accident or disease, go to get an artificial limb? Thus in recognition of the need of an institutionalized arrangement for helping such people, GWOA was set up. The amputees should be happy with self-confidence without depending on others and they should continue the education; is the motto of the programme.