priority assistive product list27 May 2016, Brussels // During the 69th World Health Assembly side event “Assistive Technology for all” WHO launched the WHO Priority Assistive Products List (APL), the 50 priority assistive products.

Today only 1 in 10 people have access to assistive technology, due to a lack of financing, availability, awareness, trained personnel, and high costs. There are already large underserved populations for basic assistive products, even in high-income countries. This represents a wider system failure and lack of appropriate policy, products and services across the world.


crossborderBrussels 24 May 2015 // IF, together with EDF and EPF, is launching a questionnaire, which will measure the impact of the Cross-Border Healthcare Directive on persons with disabilities and persons with chronic diseases in Europe. It is an opportunity for people to share their experience with cross border healthcare and help us influence the European debate on healthcare. We want to make sure that the voices of people with disabilities and chronic diseases are heard.

KID1 EN BEZABrussels 19 May 2016 // 9 - 12 May 2016, IF Secretary General Lieven Bauwens joined Child-Help director Pierre Mertens for a mission to Ethiopia. Partnering with CURE International, BethanyKids and the Reach Another Foundation, IF and Child-Help want to contribute to better care in the country and to help prevent birth defects by primary prevention. 

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