Long Story Short -Hands for Africa seeks to bring knowledge of amputees’ challenges to aiding victims of Sierra Leone civil conflict
By Helen Zhao
February 28, 2012 1:15 am
Former president of the Mutual Amputee Aid Foundation Steve Bogna will share his journey adapting to the challenges presented when one leg is lost. Originally scheduled for this Sunday, it will now take place within the next couple weeks. Chloe Peters, co-president for Hands for Africa at UCLA, discusses how the organization will bring this knowledge to aid amputees from the Sierra Leone blood diamond conflicts. Then Hands for Africa founder Alton Harding shares his mission of providing prosthetics, education and hope.