Earlier this month, representatives from clubfoot organizations throughout the world met in London for the annual Global Clubfoot Initiative (GCI) meeting. GCI is a consortium of organizations, including MiracleFeet, who are working to treat clubfoot worldwide.
The two-and-a-half-day meeting was an opportunity for member organizations to discuss progress and challenges, collaborate on shared goals, and showcase work done in the past year.
Highlights from the Meeting
Run Free 2030
Ensuring all children born with clubfoot have access to proper treatment is a global issue that will take a collaborative solution. Attendees discussed their continued work towards Run Free 2030, the global vision for ending clubfoot disability.
Africa Clubfoot Training (ACT)
The UK ACT curriculum has now received official accreditation from the Royal College of Surgeons. This valuable designation helps GCI as they work to standardize the training all providers receive.
CURE Clubfoot has become Hope Walks. Congratulations to their team on continuing this important work in 16 countries.
MiracleFeet shared updates on the progress of mobile app CAST. The tool, one component of technology updates made possible by a $1M Google Impact Challenge grant, will be in use in all MiracleFeet programs by Spring of 2019.
Read more about the work our programs team does to empower partner organizations around the world.