In Earthquake-Hit Nepal, Healing Victims Through Humour | Read

PUBLISHED ON: May 3, 2015 | Duration: 1 min, 52 sec

   
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They may look completely out of place in a hospital set up with their baggy shorts, striped socks and a big red coloured faux nose, but Sancho and Dush know what they are doing. As Dush plays the mouth organ, Sancho claps loudly egging on more people around him to join in. They are both encouraging a 20-year-old youngster to stand up and take his first steps after being bedridden for a week. His right arm had to be amputated for his own safety after he was trapped under the rubble in Nepal's 'great quake' of April 25.
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