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Legs4Africa is enabling amputees in Africa to live more independently

Legs4Africa is a charity that supports amputees. With intelligent recycling we reduce waste and maximise the lives of African amputees. We believe that isolation and exclusion due to disability and geographic location is unacceptable. We work to provide people with the means to reach their full potential and quash the stigma that disability can invoke.

The way we do things

Legs4Africa have established a system that works; adapting donated equipment for amputees in developing African countries.

Scaling it up

Now it is time to extend our reach across the African continent. Your support will enable us to help more amputees back to their feet

Amputee Charity – Together we’re making a difference in Africa

Prosthetic Rehabilitation Training and a very important workshop in the Gambia

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Legs4Africa, for the most part, is a charity of logistics, developing links, monitoring stocks of prosthetic legs and meeting the material needs of our partner clinics. Emily Hancock’s role is...

Help us ship 75 prosthetic legs to training centre in Ghana

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Orthopedic Training Centre (OTC) is a non-profit organisation whose mission is enabling the handicapped in Ghana, mainly children, to gain independent and productive lives. View Larger View Larger View Larger...

Meet Musa – President of the Gambian Amputee Association

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In this series we delve into the lives of Gambian amputees, who they are, how they see the world and their drives and their goals.

The 2017 Legs4Africa Impact Report

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Explore our 2017 Impact Report now and see what your support has helped Legs4Africa achieve! Though we do try to keep you up to date with our activities over the year,...

Muhammad and Ebrahim – Father and son

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In this series we delve into the lives of Gambian amputees, who they are, how they see the world and their drives and their goals.

Meet Adama – father and family man

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In this series we delve into the lives of Gambian amputees, who they are, how they see the world and their drives and their goals.

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