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AO Alliance:
Tailored solutions for improving the care of the injured

Underestimated

Injuries are vastly underestimated, killing 5 million annually. That is 32% more deaths than HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.

Lack of resources

Appropriate facilities and care are limited due to a lack of resources and infrastructure.

High burden

For every death, there are 25 injury-related disabilities. They contribute to the huge socioeconomic burden in the community.

Lack of training

Local capacity building is crucial to overcome the lack of training hindering effective trauma care.

AO Alliance is a developmental nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the care of the injured in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Our mission is to reduce human suffering, disability and poverty. We envision a world where timely and appropriate fracture care is accessible to everyone. This goal can be achieved by implementing innovative, sustainable and effective programs that enhance fracture care.

 

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What we have accomplished

Some of the many things we have achieved in numbers


304
courses organized in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia


13,452
surgeons and ORPs trained in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia


170
fellowships sponsored in Sub Saharan Africa, Asia and Europe

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Understanding the Impact of Musculoskeletal Injuries in Low- and Middle- Income Countries

An Economist Intelligence Unit report

A new report by the Economist Intelligence Unit has just been released, examining the increasing burden of injuries in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Despite great advances in high-income countries in trauma care and accident prevention, fractures still remain the most common non-fatal injuries across the world, with over 80 percent of injury-related deaths occuring in LMICs.

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