By reducing data gaps and promoting knowledge sharing, we aim to support evidence-based policy-level decision-making.
The portal provides access to more than 800 resources across 112 countries, and has been developed by Global Disability Innovation Hub - the world's first WHO Global Collaborating Centre for Assistive Technology (AT). The insights portal is funded by UK aid as part of the GDI Hub's AT2030 programme, to improve access to life-changing AT for all.
The portal is designed for anyone involved in the research and analysis of need and availability of assistive technology at country level.
You might be developing policies within government, INGOs, DPOs, or specialised agencies.
What insights are here?
The portal currently includes types of data from these types of research: published studies, national surveys, cohort studies, and rATA.
Find out more about the research conducted by GDI Hub to create the portal.