We need more than a billion assistive products now and 2 billion by 2050. However, today only 1 in 10 persons in the world has access to the assistive technology products they need. To change this scenario, based on the success and learning of the Essential Medicines List (EML), the WHO has developed a Priority Assistive Products List (APL) to assist Member States plan policies and programmes related to the provision of Assistive Products.
Download the survey form and send the completed survey after selecting what you consider the most essential priority Assistive Products to: email@example.com
Deadline for data evidence: Monday 8th March.
Published: 1st March 2021
Source: BATA (British Assistive Technology Association)