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There are an estimated 2 million children in low income countries with severe or moderate physical disability. Many of these children have preventable or treatable conditions but due to a lack of facilities and trained staff and various barriers in society, they are unable to access the services they require.
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Boys playing football - one of them is a 'below-knee' amputee
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Sebastien (left) during a soccer game with friends near the tent camp where he lived in Haiti, 2010. His mother was killed and his leg was crushed in the January earthquake.

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