The Catholic Orthopedic Training Center ( has served Ghana’s disabled population since 1961 and is the Ghana’s primary source of prosthetic limbs.  OTC also serves many severely disabled children such as those with severe cerebral palsy that limits their physical and verbal communication capabilities.

In early 2022, Access Without Borders and OTC developed a plan to use assistive technology to help Ghanaian children such as those with CP and others without arms to communicate verbally and in writing. DXC Technologies an international technological service business donated 10 computers to OTC and along with private donors set the foundation for a new computer training program to serve Ghanaians with physical disabilities. In making this contribution, DXC representative Mr. Ashif Juwani expressed hope that this seed donation would positively impact the people OTC serves.

If you are looking for an opportunity to directly improve life quality for Ghanaians with disabilities, please consider contributing to this project.