AT2030 programme secures A plus rating from Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office and has reached 12m people so far

Global Disability Innovation Hub
April 19, 2021
Global

We are delighted to announce that Global Disability Innovation Hub’s (GDI Hub) AT2030 programme has been recognised asexcellent ‘Exceeding Expectations by funders UK Aid and has already reached 12m people in more than 31 countries. Alongside 56 partners we are finding new ways of tacking long standing problems. Through a consortium of expert delivery partners, the AT2030 programme was designed to test ‘what works’ to improve access to AT (assistive technology) globally; supporting solutions to scale with a focus on innovative products, new AT service delivery models and global capacity support.  

The lack of access to AT is complex and has persisted for many decades. AT2030 develops partnerships which can overcome traditional barriers by trailing innovative markets, systems and community-level interventions. By testing new evidence led approaches, the programme is able to quickly identify and scale success, recognising opportunity and balancing risk.