After losing both his arms, a boy in the South Sudan said he wished he had died rather than be a burden to his family. So Not Impossible brought a prothestic lab to him.
When bombs were dropped on his village in the Nuba mountains of Sudan, Daniel Omar, then 14, was injured so badly he had both his arms amputated. When we heard Daniel’s story, Mick and Not Impossible Labs—equipped with 3D printers—covertly crossed into the Sudan, designed and printed an arm for him. Thanks to NIL and Intel, Daniel fed himself for the first time in two years.