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Project Daniel

Unlikely Hero Helps Youngest War Victims

More About "Project Daniel"

When Mick Ebeling heard about a 14-yr-old boy named Daniel living in a refugee camp in Sudan, who had lost both his arms during a raid, he decided he had to do something, despite having no medical training whatsoever. So Mick crowdsourced the problem and an inventive design for a new prosthetic arm emerged. Mick flew with his designs and a 3D printer to Sudan’s Nuba Mountains, where he set up the first 3D-printing prosthetic lab and training facility in Sudan.

“A Beautiful World” is a news program produced by American Public Media that focuses on inspirational stories from around the world, featuring good news about science, technology, ecology, art, music and medicine. The program is hosted by best-selling author Heather McElhatton, whom listeners may know from her contributions to This American Life, Marketplace and MPR News. Visit www.prettylittlemistakes.com for more stories and audio collections.



Children, Technology
A Beautiful World, Africa, Heather McElhatton, Mick Ebeling, Project Daniel