Ugani Prosthetics offers high-quality, low-cost prosthetics both for arms and legs.
An estimated 40 million amputees living in developing countries need a prosthetic (WHO). Only a very small percentage of these patients receive a prosthetic limb (5-15% of amputees, depending on the country).
Missing a limb means a serious impairment of daily life activities. There are the physical constraints of not being able to walk or grab things, but there is also a social stigma in many countries affecting the patients who suffer from amputation. By offering prosthetic limbs to these patients, we can enable them to live a normal life, to walk again, to start a business, and to be fully accepted in their community.
The main focus of Ugani Prosthetics will be on the production and sales of the prosthetic limbs we are developing. However, to ensure we offer an attractive solution for our customers, we will re-engineer the entire value chain of prosthetic fittings, while also collaborating with local health and educational institutions to increase the positive impact we can create.
Ugani Prosthetics’ goal is to create an impact on a large scale, by quickly expanding our local manufacturing capabilities, and expanding to different cities and countries with a proven business model.