Dis­abled peo­ple get ‘Jaipur Foot’ in Nepal

The Free Press Journal - - WORLD -

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.

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