Climbing Kili

Nadine Yazbeck was first confronted by the trauma suffered by children caused by unexploded landmines on her after uni pilgramage to South East Asia.

She met a man with only one leg in a cafe, and was introduced to an organisation called COPE.

COPE is a co-operative that makes prosthetic limbs for victims of land mines left over from the Vietnam War. It costs only $75 to make a prosthetic limb.

Nadine will climb Africa’s highest mountian in September this year to raise funds for COPE.

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For more information on Nadine’s trek, check out her website: climbforcope.weebly.com

Produced by: Ramy Abokamil

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