Fédération Africaine des Professionnels de la Réadaptation (FATO)
African Federation of Rehabilitation Professionals
1992-02 Lomé Togo
Feb 1992, Lomé (Togo), as Fédération africaine des techniciens orthoprothésistes (FATO) – African Federation of Orthopedic Technologists. Present title adopted 2019, retaining original acronym. Registered in accordance with the law of Burkina Faso, 1999.
Gather African associations of prosthetic and orthopaedic professionals in a body that promotes exchanges, mutual assistance and self-fulfillment; work for rehabilitation of all persons with disabilities in Africa; help promote research on new technologies appropriate to the African context; create a framework for meetings, training and experience sharing between African countries and with the rest of the world.
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