Joseph Capo ChiChi PT, MSc, has been a practicing physiotherapist for 16 years. He currently practices at the Centre de Dépistage et de Traitement de l'Ulcère de Buruli (CDTUB) in Benin and had served as Association Mentor in the implementation of WCPT's SUDA project in Mali. Beyond his BA in Physiotherapy, he also holds a BA in Psychology of Organizations and MSc in Environment Health and Sustainable Development. Buruli Ulcers are one of Africa's Neglected Tropical Diseases, and he is passionate to be working with those affected by this mostly preventable disease. He was very honored recently to present some of his work at a research conference at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland. Currently, he is the Chair of the Africa region of WCPT, and works with many associations for their reorganization in their country but also for their membership within the WCPT. He contributed enormously to the development of physiotherapy in Benin and in the French-speaking region. Former President of the Beninese Association of Physiotherapists, he works with the Beninese Ministry of Health to take better account of rehabilitation and the inclusion of vulnerable groups.