Seratiani Gets a New Foot

It’s been a little over one year since Seratiani, whose leg was amputated in 2016 due to severe Elephantiasis, received her prosthetic leg. After several months of physical therapy to learn to walk on her new leg she returned to her village in May 2017 with her new leg and freedom to roam without crutches. And roam she did! So much she wore out her prosthetic foot. In February my husband Jay and I traveled to her new home, very much off the beaten path, to check on her and her family. Although her prothetic leg was holding up well to her demands, her foot was cracked and beginning to fall apart. In March she returned to Bagamoyo and CCBRT Hospital in Dar es Salaam to be fitted for a new foot

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