AOA raised awareness for Nepal Country Initiative at ORTHOCON 2017, met with Nepal MoH and other key players to plan a needs assessment in mid-2017.
Cascading PTC courses may be an effective model in delivering trauma training in low-resource settings.
Long-term international collaborations with KCH in orthopedic training have great potential to reduce deaths and prevent disability.
Dr Tongai Chitsamatanga from Zimbabwe writes about his first AO Davos Courses experience in Switzerland in December 2016.
AOAF in collaboration with the GCPS and funded by UBS Optimus Foundation launched a US$1.5 million project aimed to improve fracture care of children in Ghana.
A video on the typical scenario of fracture care in low- to middle-income countries, and what AOAF is doing about it.
An infographic on Myanmar, one of the first countries where the AO Alliance Foundation is working towards improving trauma and fracture care.
AO Alliance steering committee met for the second time in Yangon, Myanmar, to review past activities and discuss plans for the upcoming years.
Children who suffer road traffic injuries have more severe injuries and more frequently require hospital admission during weekends than weekdays.