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We had orthopedic shoes made for Newton in Kenya. Unfortunately the shoes were left at the local library and not delivered to him. The library staff didn’t care either. So the shoes sat for 6 months! We are urgently trying to find Newton – a bit tricky..

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Bored Panda Art

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Hi team..lots of small kids with cerebral palsy need to sit up and stand up straight..to educate their bodies..or brain..of what a normal posture is. So we made a CP chair here at Hope Centre that still needs velcro straps..for kids needing head control..

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Namaste from Nepal… Read about Gail n Gord and their book that is funding the support programme here in Gulmi District for people with disabilities… hastenslowly.weebly.com

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Hastening to Help in Nepal June 17, 2017 https://youtu.be/WjvHjEO-PCk Take a look at latest project improving accessibility and sanitation, and other support..for people with disabilities in Gulmi District of Nepal.. Thanks to a chance enquiry online..

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INSIDER art

Next creative project for Rob Buchanan!!

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In Meru at the library, Johnson Rana, the freshly- graduated Kenyan prosthetist has just fitted a young girl called Nellie with her AK (Above Knee) limb, sponsored by “We Help Two LLC”…via Trevor Bergman who fundraises from students in US schools. Trevor..

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See sadhu..holy man..walking as storm brews over Fewa Lake at Pokhara Nepal..and then hit with its might and hail! Hail Nature! See sacred cows happily thinking they are sitting on green grass.!

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As I visit our project partners of course you see the weird and wonderful! Here is a great use of the universal prime mover..the bicycle! This is in Pokhara Nepal and under the great mountain range towering 26000 ft..or about 8300 metres!

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At Nyabondo Rehabilitation Centre managed by Sr Ludovena and Sisters of St Anne in SW Kenya they care for 200 kids challenging disabilities. On my recent visit I noticed a bunch of specially immobile kids on the rough concrete verandah and thought a tiled..

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Thanks must go to Trevor Bergman, a caring Canadian living in Texas, who is fundraising with students of US schools to support funding of low-cost, but quality limbs, for needy young amputee students in developing countries that we identify thru our partners…

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People with hearing loss in Nepal cannot marry or join in the community because there is no understanding of disability and they are disadvantaged. We’re helping this young lad, from Gulmi Nepal, with a life changing ear operation which costs around US$450…

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Solar Eco Home

Hope Disability Centre goes Solar!

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See Anna age 16 now walking well in Kenya after losing a limb ...

Karibu from Kenya…It is pleasing to see amputees in various countries becoming mobile…with the use of quality components, caring technicians, and volunteers who push to get action!! Gentle nagging is what we all do to keep the world running..as for..

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HI team it was fun working with the boys, led by William and Henry.. in the Katalemwa Cheshire Home workshop in Kampala yesterday designing and making a lightweight three wheel wheelchair …to add to their collection of mobility aids… see the photos…..

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