A Mobility Cart Blesses Man in South Sudan

Wisconsin Branch volunteers and donors recently had aid and food distributed that they shipped to South Sudan. Cathy Robinson, branch manager, received this photo of this man that has been paralytic since birth, cause is unknown but suspect polio. He has received this mobility cart from the shipment and is now able to get off the ground and have the freedom of movement which he has not had since birth. It is very touching yet uplifting. Thank you, Wisconsin Branch supports and Mobility Worldwide for supplying the cart.

Categories: International Aid

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