During the reporting period under consideration, Indians were concerned about the 3rd wave of Covid-19. Fortunately, it was brought under control thanks to widespread immunization, strict adherence to the Covid-19 protocol, and other preventative measures that reduced the mortality toll. Regulations governing public mobility have nearly ceased, and public transportation has returned to normal.
The ELOH-India team took advantage of the occasion and sent our mobile unit to Telangana, where measurements were collected for six new kid amputees. Members of the local Rotary Club in Bhadradri Kothagudem District assisted us in taking measurements on their campus for 3 child amputees. Our senior technician Mr.Sunny John, Assistant technician Mrs.Jaya Maruthi, and Limb centre in-charge Mr.P.S.Vara Kumar supported the process of measurements for 6 newly identified child amputees. On the way, we handed out ELOH flyers to like-minded civil society leaders who will be able to mobilize young amputees in the future.

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