Taher is a data entry engineer in Jordan. He lost his left hand to an accident with a meat grinding machine when he was 18, but this never held him back. He fought against the obstacles and negativities in his life and embraced his uniqueness. He was able to completed his university degree with his own strength. Taher now uses his Mand.ro hand working as a data entry engineer while enjoying the attention he receives from others and social media.
At 23 years old Alaa was involved in a 1998 car accident in South Lebanon. Due to the accident he had a series of operations that required him to get a prosthetic hand. Meeting Mand.ro helped Alaa visualize his dream of opening a community house for people with special needs. He wants to help them grow and be independent like he is now able to. As of today he already has the architectural draft done by his new hand.
In May 2019 Raphael, a police officer on duty, was called out to a local bar. Before Raphael could apprehend a man under the influence of alcohol the suspect pulled out a panga, a large knife. The suspect swiped it in Raphael’s direction and cleanly severed his hand off. This injustice took away this brave young Kenyan man’s hand. Mand.ro was able to give Raphael a myoelectric hand that has helped him get his life back and is now on duty again.
2016 marked a tragic change in the life of 13-year-old Musa. Due to a continuous battle in the outskirt of Damascus, Syria Musa lost his cousin that was standing in front of him as well as his own right hand. Since the tragic event, his family sought to find a solution for Musa. After a long search, they met Mand.ro in Lebanon. Musa is now using his new hand to work in a small family supermarket but is still looking forward to continuing his education that was disrupted by the accident.
A 33-year-old Lebanese man lost his right hand due to an accident. Due to the placement of his wrist amputation, it was very difficult for him to find a proper prosthesis device. Mand.ro was able to provide a proper socket design for wrist disarticulation. “I am excited to use this new functioning right hand which is very light and no need to wear a full conventional socket. I am happy to return to looking after my sisters.”
Make an appointment and meet
Perform a 3D scanning of a target arm
Make with 3D modeling, printing, assembly, testing
(it takes 1 week from the first meeting)
Fitting with a customer, and training if necessary
(it takes 1~2 hours)
202-1211, Chun-Ui TechnoPark 2, Bucheonro 198-gil 18, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi, Republic of Korea (+82-70-4405-9995)
Room #404, Dana Complex 11953, Al-madina Al-munawara street 126, Amman, Jordan (+962-77-886-4508)