SP2: Research, Evidence and Promotion

Led by GDI Hub at UCL with the support of WHO, ISPO, and LSHTM. Focusing on the support to the development of the Global Report on Assistive Technology, evidence of local production systems for AT in LMICs, the exploration of early child mobility in LMIC and the development of a series of virtual live labs.

The Global Report on Assistive Technology is photographed in the parliamentary reception

Sub-programme 2 is Led by GDI Hub at UCL with the support of World Health Organisation (WHO), International Society of Prosthetics & Orthotics (ISPO), and London School of Hygience & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). The sub-programme focuses on the support to the development of the Global Report on Assistive Technology and the examination of evidence that local production systems are possible for AT in LMICs, asking: how can we develop resilient local production ecosystems?

Additionally, it focuses on the development of a series of virtual live labs where entrepreneurs and early-stage ventures can be supported by GDI Hub to develop their products and services and finally, the exploration of options for child powered mobility in LMICs through; the identification of need and motivation, a technical feasibility study and subsequent assessment of delivery feasibility.

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