Isaac in Liberia is unable to walk. He assumes he has multiple sclerosis, but he has no way of testing to be sure. Isaac was never treated for his disease and ended up with paralysis. In the midst of his difficulties, Isaac turned to drugs. But praise God, he is now free from that bondage.

Isaac dreamed of getting a job, but had no way to get around. When CAM provided Isaac with a cart, his hope of finding work to support himself was restored. This cart enables Isaac to move by pedaling with his arms. It is well suited to Liberia’s rough terrain and provides the mobility Isaac needs to find a job.

Isaac’s cart was provided by the Gifts-That-Grow program. This program enables CAM to procure millions of dollars’ worth of donated items like medicines and wheelchairs for needy people around the world.

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