The Impact

The injection of PKR 180 Million into the circular economy by individuals with disabilities, achieved through the usage of the Bioniks Arm for 2.6 million hours and 21.9 million movement cycles of the arm, is not just a financial milestone but a testament to their essential role in fostering economic inclusivity. This contribution underscores their active participation and entrepreneurial spirit, challenging stereotypes and creating a more diverse marketplace. Beyond the monetary value, this influx signifies a shift toward recognizing the untapped potential within the disability community.


Crucially, these individuals would have been unable to earn and were financially dependent upon others. After rehabilitating them there is a significant sum into the circular economy without the transformative impact of the Bionik Arm. This technological innovation has not only enhanced their mobility but has also become a catalyst for economic empowerment. It has unlocked opportunities that were previously inaccessible, allowing individuals with disabilities to actively contribute to the economy, create employment opportunities, and drive innovation. The financial impact of this symbiotic relationship between technology and individual capability serves as a powerful reminder of the profound changes that can occur when innovation meets inclusivity.

Disability is part of being human. Almost everyone will temporarily or permanently experience disability at some point in their life. An estimated 1.3 billion people-about 16% of the global population-currently experience significant disability. 80% of persons with disabilities live in developing countries, according to the UN Development Program. They are the world's largest minority.

(WHO & World Bank)

Bioniks is committed to making substantial contributions to a variety of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through its purposeful initiatives. Our focus on SDG 1 (No Poverty) is reflected in our efforts to create economic opportunities that reduce poverty, particularly among individuals with disabilities, fostering financial independence. Simultaneously, Bioniks addresses SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-being) by providing innovative and accessible prosthetic solutions, thereby enhancing the overall health and well- being of individuals with limb impairments.

Aligned with SDG 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth), Bioniks actively works towards generating inclusive employment opportunities, supporting a diverse workforce, and fostering sustainable economic growth. Our emphasis on technology and innovation resonates with SDG 9 (Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure), contributing to the development of resilient infrastructure. Additionally, the organization champions SDG 10 (Reduced Inequality) by ensuring equal opportunities for persons with disabilities, fostering inclusivity, and reducing societal disparities.

Bioniks also plays a significant role in addressing environmental challenges by minimizing its ecological footprint, aligning with SDG 13 (Climate Action). This commitment extends to responsible consumption and production practices, echoing the principles of SDG 12. Through collaborative partnerships and alliances, Bioniks actively supports SDG 17 (Partnerships for the Goals), working collaboratively with stakeholders to achieve sustainable and impactful outcomes.