ROMP climbs highlight amputee issues

The Denver, CO-based Range of Mobility Project (ROMP) in July announced it is encouraging groups of supporters across the globe to organize climbs to back the nonprofit’s mission of providing high-quality prosthetic care in underserved populations. ROMP kicked off the effort to bring awareness to the unequal distribution of prosthetic care around the world on July 27 with a climb by amputees and able-bodied athletes of Cayam­be, a 19,000-foot mountain in Ecuador.

The Denver, CO-based Range of Mobility Project (ROMP) in July announced it is encouraging groups of supporters across the globe to organize climbs to back the nonprofit’s mission of providing high-quality prosthetic care in underserved populations. ROMP kicked off the effort to bring awareness to the unequal distribution of prosthetic care around the world on July 27 with a climb by amputees and able-bodied athletes of Cayam­be, a 19,000-foot mountain in Ecuador.

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ROMP climbs highlight amputee issues