Claudine Humure is partnership coordinator at the University of Global Health Equity, where she serves as the in-country host for the university's donors, partners, and other guests. As a member of the Rwanda Society of Prosthetists & Orthotists, she has worked on several projects to advocate for and support amputees and the wider disability community in Rwanda. She designed a 3D printable prosthetic socket for transfemoral amputees, a project that earned her the OZY Genius Award.
There are more than a million limb amputations each year. Claudine Humure of the University of Global Health Equity explores how a renewed focus on advocacy, research, and affordable prosthetics can enhance the quality of life for amputees.