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Explosive Ordnance Survivors
We (EONS) strive to see that those explosive ordnance survivors who have recovered satisfactorily and those still struggling to recover psychologically from the traumatic accident are provided a safe, enabling environment for progressive rehabilitation amongst each other.
Estimates of mine/ERW casualties in Uganda put it at 2,792 casualties (533 killed; 2,259 injured); by December 2016.
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Individuals following amputation or which injury sustained often have to relearn how to perform daily activities with or without a prosthesis, and they tend to become more dependent on others, leading many amputees to experience decreased self-esteem.
Participation in varying activities has a profound effect on an amputee’s life. It has been shown that involvement in even adaptive sports increases the quality of life for persons with disabilities by increasing self-esteem.
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