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From the Rotary International Web Site:
Rotarians, Guests Assemble 100 Artificial Hands at District Conference
Rotarians at the District Conference gathered to help below-elbow amputees by assembling 100 LN-4 prosthetic hands. The hands are distributed at no cost to recipients. All of the prosthetic hands are provided by the Ellen Meadows Prosthetic Hand Foundation exclusively for LN-4 projects. These prosthetic devices are non-surgical, non-medical and will be fitted with the training and supervision of Ellen Meadows trained volunteers. Conference attendees assembled the hands during the weekend event. Young people from Rotaract, Interact and Youth Exchange assembled the largest number of the hands.
To see how these hands change the lives of the recipients, see the video below.