Disabled people get ‘Jaipur Foot’ in Nepal
Several disabled people in Nepal were provided free Indian-made prosthesis ‘Jaipur Foot’ during an artificial limb fitment camp inaugurated in Kathmandu on Sunday. The Bhagwan Mahavir Vikalang Sahayata Samiti has started an artificial limb camp at Norvic International Hospital in association with Chaudhary Foundation, a charity belonging to Binod Chaudhary, the first Nepal billionaire. During the 3-day camp, 50 people from Kathmandu will get artificial limbs free of cost. Another camp will be held in Nawalparasi where over 400 disabled people are expected to receive artificial limbs.