Domains: Research, Programmes

Themes: Assistive & Accessible Technology

AT2030: Drive Availability and Affordability of Assistive Technology

Female in a wheelchair carrying a water bottle in an informal settlement. Kid walking in the back.
Photo: with permission from WHO/GATE

To address the need gap and significantly scale up the provision of affordable and appropriate Assistive Technology, this sub-programme will test market shaping methodologies which include research, scoping, and future planning; the creation of market shaping tools; and pilot testing of market interventions. This sub-programme is led by the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI).