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Membership Dues

In an effort to assess membership dues for INPTRA using an equitable foundation, the following annual dues structure is based upon each country's current Gross National Income (GNI) per capita, as grouped and determined by the World Bank. A complete listing of countries can be found below. Categories will be updated whenever the World Bank updates its Gross National Income per capita data.

Category 4 = High Income Countries (earnings of $12,376 or more)
Category 3 = Upper-Middle Income Countries (earnings of $3,996 to $12,375)
Category 2 = Lower-Middle Income Countries (earnings of $1,026 to $3,995)
Category 1 = Low Income Countries (earnings of $1,025 or less)


Annual Dues Structure


Members1

Income Level Physiotherapy regulatory associations2 National physiotherapy regulatory authorities3 Jurisdiction physiotherapy regulatory authorities4 Individual members5
 Category 4  $1000  $1000  $500  $100
 Category 3  $750  $750  $375  $75
 Category 2  $500  $500  $250  $50
 Category 1  $200  $200  $100  $25

 

 

Partners6

Income Level Dues
 Category 4  $500
 Category 3  $300
 Category 2  $200
 Category 1  $100

 

 

Affiliates7

Income Level Dues
 Category 4  $500
 Category 3  $300
 Category 2  $200
 Category 1  $100

 

1Multinational and international organizations fall in the category for the country in which their headquarters or secretariats are located.
2National associations of physiotherapy regulatory authorities.
3A national organization recognized by the government of a specific country as being responsible for the registration/licensing of physiotherapists whereby such persons are entitled to practice the profession and/or the regulation and discipline of such physiotherapists in that country.
4A political subdivision of a country (state, province, commonwealth, territory, dependency or other term used by the country) that is responsible for regulating the practice of physiotherapy in that jurisdiction within the country.
5Individuals who have an interest in physiotherapy regulation from an international perspective.
6An organization, which is national, multinational and/or international in scope, and has a nexus to INPTRA as indicated by its interest in physiotherapy regulation, including credentialing, evaluation and assessment, education or other matters related to quality and integrity of the practice of physiotherapy and can reasonably be expected to add a unique perspective or bring expertise to the deliberations of the organization and is not otherwise eligible for membership.
7International organizations of other healthcare regulatory associations.

DUES CATEGORIES

Based on World Bank Analytic Classification by Income7

Category 4

Andorra Gibraltar Palau
Antigua & Barbuda Greece
Panama
Aruba
 Greenland Poland
Australia
Guam
Portugal
Austria
Hong Kong SAR, China
Puerto Rico
Bahamas, The
Hungary
Qatar
Bahrain
Iceland 
San Marino
 Barbados Ireland
 Saudi Arabia
Belgium
Isle of Man
Seychelles
Bermuda
Israel
Singapore
British Virgin Islands Italy
Saint Maarten (Dutch part)
 Brunei Darussalam Japan  Slovak Republic
Canada
Korea, Rep.
Slovenia
Cayman Islands
Kuwait
Spain
Channel Islands
Latvia
St. Kitts and Nevis
Chile
Liechtenstein
St. Martin (French part)
Croatia
Lithuania
Sweden
Curacao
Luxembourg
Switzerland
Cyprus
Macao SAR, China
Taiwan, China
Czech Republic
Malta
Trinidad and Tobago
Denmark
Monaco
Turks and Caicos Islands
Estonia
Netherlands United Arab Emirates
Faroe Islands
New Caledonia United Kingdom
Finland
New Zealand
United States
France
Northern Mariana Islands
Uruguay
French Polynesia
Norway
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Germany Oman

 

Category 3

Albania Fiji Montenegro
Algeria
Gabon Namibia
Armenia
Georgia Nauru
American Samoa Grenada
Paraguay
Argentina Guatemala Peru
Azerbaijan Guyana
Romania
Belarus Iran, Islamic Rep.
Russian Federation
Belize Iraq
Samoa
Bosnia & Herzegovina Jamaica Serbia
Botswana Jordan South Africa
Brazil Kazakhstan Sri Lanka
Bulgaria Kosovo St. Lucia
China Lebanon St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Colombia Libya Suriname
Costa Rica Macedonia, FYR Thailand
Cuba Malaysia Tonga
Dominica Maldives Turkey
Dominican Republic Marshall Islands Turkmenistan
Equatorial Guinea Mauritius Tuvalu
Ecuador Mexico Venezuela, RB

 

Category 2

Angola Kiribati
Sudan
Bangladesh  Kyrgyz Republic
Swaziland
Bhutan
Lao PDR Timor-Leste
Bolivia
Lesotho Tunisia
Cameroon
Mauritania
Ukraine
Cabo Verde
Micronesia, Fed. Sts.
Uzbekistan
Cambodia Moldova Vanuatu
Congo, Rep.
Mongolia Vietnam
Cote d’Ivoire
Morocco West Bank and Gaza
Djibouti  Myanmar Zambia
Egypt, Arab Rep Nicaragua Zimbabwe
El Salvador
Nigeria
Ghana  Pakistan
Comoros
Papua New Guinea
Honduras
Philippines

Indonesia
Sao Tome & Principe

India
Senegal
Kenya  Solomon Islands

 

Category 1

Afghanistan Guinea-Bissau Sierra Leone
Benin
Haiti South Sudan
Burkina Faso
Korea, Dem. Rep. Somalia
Burundi
Liberia Syrian Arab Republic
Central African Republic
Madagascar Tajikistan
Chad
Malawi Tanzania
Congo, Dem. Rep Mali Togo
Eritrea
Mozambique
Uganda
Ethiopia Nepal Yemen, Rep.
Gambia, The Niger

Guinea Rwanda

7From https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/knowledgebase/articles/906519

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