Using drainpipes, tyres, and belts, we’re able to bring low cost, robust, effective prosthesis to areas affected by natural disasters, torn by war, and in need of medical care around the world.
There are 40 million amputees in the developing world, yet only 5% have access to prosthesis.
Costing as little as £30, our quality of prosthesis allows amputees to walk as they once did, returning to their occupations and re-join their local communities.
Over 3000 prosthetic limbs have been provided to the disadvantaged so far to date.
Established in 2005, following the Kashmir earthquake that devastated parts of Asia, the Naya Qadam Trust is a non-profit organisation that was set up by Dr. Viquar Qurashi and his team of volunteer doctors working overseas