Message from African Region Chair
In July 2020 a new Board for the Region was elected for three-year terms. This was agreed on by MOs to afford the region realign to its even year of activities.
The Africa Region of the World Physiotherapy was formed in 1991 as one of the five regional organization of the world body, World Physiotherapy. The Africa region took off with six (6) countries; South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, but now has 27 Member Organizations (MOs). The inaugural meeting of World Physiotherapy Africa Region was hosted by the Zambia Society of Physiotherapy (ZSP) in 1991 and the first Congress and General meeting was held in Nairobi, Kenya in 1994. Read More >>
Frequently Asked Questions
When and where is the next African Region Congress?
The next World Physiotherapy Africa Region Congress will be hosted by the Republic of Benin from October 27-29, 2022. Further details will be communicate soon. See Benin 2022 Congress page for more information. Read More →
When and Where is the next World Physiotherapy Congress 2023?
The World Physiotherapy General Meeting and Congress in 2023 will be hosted by Emirates Physiotherapy Society, and held in Dubai, united Arab Emirates June 2-4, 2023.
Who are the Members of African Region?
World Physiotherapy Africa Region consists of Member Organizations (MOs) that are located on the African continent. The current MOs in good standing with World Physiotherapy Africa Region can be found HERE.