Statistics

Our Patient Intake Form ("PIF") system seamlessly integrates all information through mobile and desktop platforms in real time. PIF's are submitted on a monthly basis by each program partner for every child who is evaluated and treated using ALTSO's funds and or donated products. PIFs include pertinent patient information, family income level, level of education, diagnosis, treatment provided, cost of services, follow-up procedures, etc.


2017

In 2017, we've enrolled 1,056 children for treatment. View our live stats to stay updated on our current impact and take action.

gender (#)

top three age groups treated (%)

cause of disability (%)

family income level (%)
 

2016

In 2016,  we provided 1,345 children in 9 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2015

In 2015, we provided 1,512 children in 9 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2014

In 2014, we provided 1,950 children in 10 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2013

In 2013, we provided 1,934 children in 10 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2012

In 2012, we provided 1,470 children in 12 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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2011

In 2011, we provided 1,642 children in 14 developing countries free orthopedic devices, treatment and rehabilitation.

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100% of our program funds are used to provide free orthopedic care and training programs to benefit children with limb disabilities in the developing world.