Sierra Leones polio disabled battle adversity

Polio survivors in the streets of Freetown FREETOWN, 2 September 2013 (IRIN) – Sierra Leone's civil war famously left tens of thousands maimed, including many whose limbs were amputated. But while war victims received some help, those with other disabilities struggle to survive. Disabled Sierra Leoneans face difficulty obtaining adequate healthcare, education and jobs, which are already …

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