Objectives

  • To improve mobility of people with disabilities by the provision of prostheses, orthoses and physiotherapy care;
  • To train staff in these professions to carry out the work professionally;
  • To prevent further disability and promote better referral in the local community by providing education and disability awareness information;
  • To upgrade the skills of the technicians already trained with further education and to provide administrative training and management courses for senior staff.

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