Life Changing Assistive Technology for All: AT 2030 Kicks Off!
On July 25th 2018, the Global Disability Innovation (GDI) Hub at UCL was awarded £10m from the UK Department for International Development (DFID) to widen access to Assistive Technology (AT) for disabled people. Its aim is to reach over 3 million people, testing new approaches and backing ‘what works’ to get Assistive Technology to those who need it the most.
The AT2030 programme is being implemented by a global partnership including the World Health Organization (WHO), the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), UNICEF, and some of the world’s best innovators, universities, and disability NGOs and DPOs. To find out more please see our AT2030 page on our website.