lifting Emmanuel Chilufya off the ground
This story originally ran on the Washington Post as “A 360-degree immersion showing what it’s like to live without mobility in Zambia”
Shot from the perspective of people who live on the ground in Zambia, this 360-degree video provides a unique immersion into what it’s like to live there without adequate mobility, and the obstacles endured trying to navigate the country’s rugged terrain. But it also highlights one solution that is, quite literally, lifting people such as Emmanuel Chilufya off the ground.
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