Timeline Photos

Up till now, Amos has only been able to write using his two residual limbs to hold a pencil. Well done to Rajab and Freddy. (Made possible by a grant from the Scottish Government)




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Photos from Lake Victoria Disability Centre (LVDC)’s post

Today in the workshop. Amos trying out a Kwawa hand and a device that Rajab and Freddy designed and made.




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In The Shadow Of The Sun Trailer – Harry Freeland


In The Shadow Of The Sun Trailer – Harry Freeland
vimeo.com huntergather meet Harry Freeland and discuss his debut feature. ‘We were leading the audience award all week,’ says Harry Freeland of his debut feature,…


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My Work

A great read by Rose and Katherine about their 3 week visit to LVDC http://tanzaniatales.weebly.com/my-work.html


My Work
tanzaniatales.weebly.com #1 GETTING READY With only five more sleeps to go mum and I are getting ourselves ready to head back to Tanzania and getting very excited. We are currently using our spare room at home as a packing…


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Photos from Lake Victoria Disability Centre (LVDC)’s post

Tanzania Vice President visits the LVDC stand at the Enviro Show




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Timeline Photos

Wendy, long time friend and supporter admitting the new garden and buildings.




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Photos from Lake Victoria Disability Centre (LVDC)’s post

LVDC mining students at site for practical training.




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Photos from Lake Victoria Disability Centre (LVDC)’s post

LVDC looking good.




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BrightVibes Africa

Hey Noella – how about this?





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Introducing The SCOOP! dining wristband for amputees – YouTube

Angie. How does this compare with yours?





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Timeline Photos

She’s done it again! Our wonderful Elise has completed the Edinburgh Half Marathon in aid of LVDC! We are so proud of her and everything she has raised to help two kids receive artificial limbs. Thank you everyone for their support and if you’d still like to donate, follow the link below: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/eliserayment2




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‘Disabled in the body, not the mind or heart’: surviving polio in Nigeria – video


'Disabled in the body, not the mind or heart': surviving polio in Nigeria – video
theguardian.com Unable to complete his education after contracting polio as a child, Aminu was determined not to become a beggar on the streets of Kano in north-west Nigeria. His solution was to design a bike that restored his mobility. Now he produces dozens of them, employing fellow polio survivors and helping to…


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Elise’s Half marathon for Lake Victoria Disability Centre (Scotland) on MyDonate

A huge thanks to Elise Rayment for running another half marathon to support us! Elise has been a continuous supporter over the last few years and we’re extremely grateful to her. This year it’s to provide prosthetic limbs for two vulnerable youths. Any donations much appreciated.


Elise's Half marathon for Lake Victoria Disability Centre (Scotland) on MyDonate
mydonate.bt.com Please help me raise enough money to get these 2 children prosethic limbs


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Photos from Lake Victoria Disability Centre (LVDC)’s post

Just finished printing the gripper thumb. Looks so good and grips so well. No cables required. Thanks to MacGyvrBot for the print files. Now going to work on the arm. Hopefully John will like this one also.




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E-Nable Sierra Leone

This is so inspiring. Good to see everyone looking so happy.


E-Nable Sierra Leone
We are a group of volunteers making free prosthetics for the people of Sierra Leone using 3D printing.


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DEAN

I challenge you Mtoki





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E-Nable Sierra Leone

Good job.




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Grant Imahara





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Photos from Lake Victoria Disability Centre (LVDC)’s post

A very successful trip to Acacia Mine. All the students of mining from LVDC found the trip very interesting and worthwhile. Thanks to Mr Lumbu, Dr Mboya, Fatima Mssumi, Mr Nangai, Mr John Connell and all the rest of the staff who made everyone feel very welcome.




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BBC World Hacks

Would this work in Tanzania?





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