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There are thousands of community-based, small-scale initiatives that make a huge difference in people’s lives.
Ramptogo is one such initiative that aims to facilitate access for people with limited mobility but also to raise awareness about the many inequalities present in our cities.
During the semi-lockdown, two students from Lausanne teamed up to launch the Ramptogo project, which consists of building ramps for people with disabilities using second-hand LEGOs.
With unlimited creativity and fruitful collaboration with the TCS and the city of Lausanne, they have already built 4 ramps and involved different people, including some residents of a home in Lausanne.
We say that it is the small initiatives that make the big projects. Let’s hope that this one will continue and develop widely in Switzerland.
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