ISPO International is affiliated to the following organizations:
Global Partnership for Disability and Development (GPDD)
The GPDD is an international network of stakeholders in the disability field created following the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) which created a critical need to improve coordination and cooperation among government agencies and development partners committed to enhance the rights of people with disabilities and inclusive development.
The GPDD works with and for its members and partners to promote international cooperation around CRPD implementation and inclusive development by building platforms for multi-stakeholder networking, supporting knowledge sharing and creation, and facilitating capacity building.
For more information about the GPDD, visit: http://www.gpdd-online.org/.
To read GPDD's newsletters, visit: http://www.gpdd-online.org/publications
Global Clubfoot Initiative (GCI)
The Global Clubfoot Initiative is a consortium of individuals and organisations with technical and organisational expertise in clubfoot management, using the Ponseti method and experience in establishing national clubfoot programmes in low and middle income countries. The initiative brings together and strengthens the work of organisations around the world involved in the prevention of disability caused by untreated (or wrongly treated) clubfoot.
ISPO is an Associate Member of the GCI, represented by Dr. John Fisk.
For more information about the GCI, visit: http://globalclubfoot.org/