http://WWW.samuha.ca shows, the Prince George based charity, which supports Samuha’s work and all the work that Samuha does in their disability program in India. It is the website of SODA. The young boy depicted below is seen here with polio in 1994. Now he is one of the disability workers helping others in Samuha Samarthya’s disability program. Stories such as this are found in my book, Footsteps to Freedom, available from the above website.
This travel memoir is available in print at Books & Co. in Prince George, BC or by email to Hilary at firstname.lastname@example.org or as a pdf through our charity website, www.samuha.ca Review: “I loved reading this book and was hooked from the first page. Beautifully written! A rich blend of the exotic, the new & the unexpected interwoven with the northern rural routines of home. – – – Poetic, honestTales of Therapy in Rural India and straight from the heart. —-” Judy Lett BScN, MSc, RN (retired).
FOOTSTEPS TO FREEDOM