Data & Evidence Working Paper Series
Funded by UK AID this publication from July 2018 is focused on mapping and analysis of the innovation landscape around Assistive Technology globally with a focus on low and middle-income countries to highlight potential market failures and to scope out possible solutions.
A Market Landscape and Strategic Approach to Increasing Access to Wheelchairs and Related Services in Low and Middle Income Countries.
This case study by GSMA aims to highlight how mobile operators are closing the mobile disability gap and also driving inclusion. The report spotlights two mobile operators that are championing disability inclusion – Safaricom and Turkcell.
Papers submitted to conferences
- Assistive technology innovation ecosystem design: A Kenyan case study
- Overcoming systematic global barriers to assistive technology: A new methodology and quick-start testing through a £20m programme
- Mobile phones as assistive technologies: Gaps and opportunities (PDF)
- ATscale. Establishing a cross-sector partnership to increase access to assistive technology (PDF)
- Applying market shaping approaches to increase access to assistive technology. Summary of the wheelchair product narrative
Papers for the special session called “AT2030: A New Approach”:
- Innovate Now: Creating an Assistive Technology Innovation Ecosystem in Nairobi (PDF)
- Increasing access to assistive technology by addressing the market barriers: A market shaping approach for wheelchairs (PDF).
- AT2030 – exploring novel approaches to addressing the global need for AT (PDF)
- Moulding a New Prosthetic Service Deliver System with the Amparo Confidence Socket (PDF).
- ATscale—meeting the global need for AT through an innovative cross-sector partnership (PDF)
- Learnings from the AT2030 Programme for Service Delivery in LMICs
- Prosthetics & Orthotics in 2030 – How will material science and design transform the possible?
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
National Conference on Assistive Technology (AT) in Bengaluru, India.
Cathy Holloway’s presentation on the Global Disability Innovation Hub and AT Innovation in India