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Published on Jan 6, 2014
Just before Thanksgiving 2013, Not Impossible's Mick Ebeling returned home from Sudan's Nuba Mountains where he set up what is probably the world's first 3D-printing prosthetic lab and training facility. More to the point of the journey is that Mick managed to give hope and independence back to a kid who, at age 14, had both his arms blown off and considered his life not worth living.
Project Daniel is an ongoing initiative, and Not Impossible has broadened the scope of the project. In building a relationship with Daniel, Mick recognized the need for proper eduction among children in the Nuba Mountain region. Along with constantly refining the process in which prosthetics are dispatched throughout Africa, Not Impossible Labs are working to provide quality education to select Sudanese children.