Posted - February 2016 in HSPRF News
Tell the World Health Organisation what you want
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched a global survey to identify the 50 top technologies people living with disability worldwide need to improve their lives.
The survey, issued in the world’s 50 most spoken languages, will use the information gathered to build the WHO Priority Assistive Products List, a tool that will set the standard form the most essential assistive products that must be available in a health system.
This survey will give HSP communities around the world the collective opportunity to have our say on important global policy on assistive technologies.
So, take the survey now. Have your say and tell the WHO what you need as an HSPer.
The survey is open only until Thursday 3 March, 2016, so take it now!