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Nigerian woman recycles prostheses to help amputee children walk again

By Reuters
27 July 2022   |   5:22 am
Nigerian mother of two Crystal Chigbu wept for days after her daughter was born with a rare limb condition that doctors said needed an amputation. After hearing other parents talk about their experiences, Chigbu started Irede Foundation, an organisation that recycles prostheses and donates them to children in need in Nigeria.

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