Three-year-old Mercy suffers from cerebral palsy. She and her two handicapped siblings are part of the Kalenjin tribe in Kenya. They used to spend their days lying in a dark room while their mother looked for the little work she could find. With funds from supporters, CAM was able to provide custom-built wheelchairs for Mercy and her siblings. Now Mercy’s mother has a better way to take her children outdoors.


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