South African youth trained to develop assisitve devices

Although it is difficult to estimate the number of people in need of mobility assistive devices, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that, among developing nations, 0.5% of the population needs assistive devices. Australia Awards Alumnus Ncedo Ludada, who received a Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation from the Flinders University in 2015, is now able to contribute to developing and educating people on mobility assistive devices.

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South African youth trained to develop assisitve devices

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