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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Tea time at the hand-powered tricycle workshop at the main Nairobi branch of the Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya is always full of laughter and delicious milk tea.



Chapati, a type of Indian bread enjoyed in South Asia and East Africa, is served with a hardboiled egg — Kenyan style.



Mario A. Bollini ’09 takes a break to sit and chat with some of the community members that are testing his new module for a hand-powered tricycle in Nairobi, Kenya.



Tish Scolnik ’10 takes her work outside at Mobility Care in Arusha, Tanzania to catch some rays with her local co-workers.



Mario A. Bollini ’09 explains his group’s new 2-gear hand-powered tricycle design to a local client of The Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya that came to test the prototype. Mario was in Nairobi, Kenya this past summer.



Pictured is the first of three Automated External Defibrillators installed in Spring 2006 in the Student Center. The other two were installed in the Stata Center and Infinite Corridor, and more were added the following year. The AEDs were funded by a large-scale CPR event hosted by MIT American Red Cross Team and Network (ARCTAN) and MIT-EMS.


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