Vivaan lives in Nunna village, India, with his grandparents, who are very poor (earning around £5 a day). When Vivaan was seven years old he was playing beside a road and was hit by a lorry. After his leg was amputated he relied heavily on his grandmother to assist him in the most basic daily tasks.
Now, Vivaan has been fitted with a prosthetic at the Elizabeth Panton Limb Centre. With his new left leg he can travel to school on his own and enjoy his favourite hobby – cycling!
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