Team Dextra is on a mission to help communities become self-reliant. Read about our latest project here.
Dextra partners with Ghana based nor-for-profit to develop a Makerspace in Ashesi University in Ghana.
Helping a double-amputated child living 6000 km far in Morocco. The story is written in Arabic.
After 1 year of work, Dextra delivered two prosthetic arms to Bader, a resident of Morocco.
Dextra's co-founder becomes one of three Canadians to receive Queen's Young Leaders Awards.
Dextra was able to produce prosthetic hands for $20, instead of the usual cost of $2,000 to $20,000.
The National - Queen Honours Canadian For making Prosthesis For Refugees
In a miracle of modern technology, 3D printing is being deployed to replace missing hands lost by refugees who escaped conflict in Syria.