Updated Sep 19, 2019
More than 30 million persons worldwide are amputees with at least 40% children. What’s more chocking is that 70% of them do not have access to prosthetics because it is not available and accessible in most of third world countries and only 10% of them can afford robotic prosthetics because of a highly expensive. Moreover, children need a new limb every 12 months until growth complete. In addition, in most African countries, there are not even a rehabilitation infrastructure for amputees.
We provide children with affordable bionic hands hands that are 3D printed,controlled by muscles, adjustable,looks like their biological hand with the privilege to add removable customization to it. We are also developing a virtual reality-based therapy platform for rehabilitation and training. Finally, we will work with children to improve their skills by coaching them and by connecting them with partners that will help them go further with their dreams and ambitions.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||1,000|
|New Implemented Countries||Palestinian Territories, Nigeria, Morocco, Kenya, Syria, South Sudan|
|Recruit||5 advisors, 10 engineers, 3 management, 1 finance, 1 marketing|
|New Feature||Cheaper prosthetics|
Our team is composed of 3 ladies and 3 gentlemen in full time positions with 1 lady in a part time position. We have 2 mechanical engineers, 2 embedded systems/electronics engineers,1 VR/software engineer,1 product designer, 1 marketing agent. Personally,as the CEO, my background is electronics/embedded systems engineering with a master degree in Management of NGOs and a certificate in Leadership and Conflict resolution from Montana State University. Our team is young with a maximum age of 26.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN AND YOUTH