'What Works' highlight report
AT2030 is a £40 million programme funded by UK Aid with 100% matched funding through the partnership. It is designed to explore and test innovative ways to address systematic challenges and get Assistive Technology (AT) to the people who need it worldwide.
The five-year AT2030 programme was officially announced at the 2018 Global Disability Summit in London and has reached 29 million people in 61 countries.
Together, over 70 AT2030 partners have powered 40 novel technologies, supported 52 start-ups and tested 10 innovative service delivery models with the most promising African AT ventures. We've conducted 15 country capacity assessments with governments delivering 5 action plans. We research and evidence as we go – and have answered 20 key research questions and published over 200 research papers.
We have done a lot, and there is a lot to do. This report provides a summary of what we have learned so far across the four AT2030 programme clusters:
- Data & Evidence
- Country Implementation
- Capacity & Participation
Read the highlights report as a PDF here.
Read the highlights report as a text only Word Document
Read the report in full here: Report in Full