Founding Year: 1999



 Michelle Kayaleh (CLASP Project Coordinator)

Consolidating Logistics for Assistive Technology Supply & Provision is a “program of UCP Wheels for Humanity. It is a USAID-funded supply chain solution that increases access to high-quality, affordable Assistive Products, and promotes appropriate provision globally.” It serves as a “global distributor of high-quality wheelchairs and other assistive mobility products.” CLASP strives to provide “increased responsiveness, broader market access, and a wide range of products for wheelchair providers and suppliers” with the aim of solving “the long-standing procurement frustration experienced by governments and humanitarian organizations.”


CLASP contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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