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Bun, Cambodia

"This is the first time I've had a hand like this. I feel like I was born again!"

- Bun

Bun Vibol lost his right hand after a mine exploded near him during the Cambodian civil war. The country has the world’s highest proportion of landmine amputees – but for most individuals, living without an adequate prosthetic is the only option.

​The VHP created a lightweight, functional prosthetic arm for Bun, which was created using biodegradable plastic and corn on an Ultimaker 3D printer. The cost of making his prosthesis was just $320, and it took 40 hours to print and assemble. This was the first time in 30 years that Bun was able to use his right hand!

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