Nigerian Media Spotlights Clubfoot Treatment with MiracleFeet from our AT2030 AT Impact Fund
The AT Impact Fund was established to better enable frontier technology solutions to reach people with disabilities in Africa, and to test business models that are most likely to succeed.
1 billion people globally have a disability, yet 90% of them lack access to affordable AT innovations which could drastically improve quality of life - that’s at least 900 million people worldwide with an unmet need for AT. Global barriers to market limits access to local solutions. We believe that this needs to change. We are turning this market failure into the opportunity of a billion by supporting the most promising AT ventures in Africa through the combination of catalytic capital with expert-led venture-building.
While new technologies and materials have reduced the cost and complexity of assistive and inclusive technology, innovation and new business models provide an opportunity to reach populations previously excluded. Our unique combination of technical assistance and capital investment looked to test what was possible.
In this news piece, hear more from one of our AT Impact Fund ventures, MiracleFeet.