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Marick Ngueradjim - Chad

Marick was 13 years old when he boarded a truck in the city of Faya, headed for his village, Fada. The truck ran over a mine, killing 5 people. Marick was gravely injured and his right leg remains paralyzed from the accident. He began his career as a primary school teacher. Now, Marick is the president of the Association of Handicapped People in Faya and works largely with rotating microcredit systems to help generate incomes for other people with disabilities.

Marick is a 2002 Raising the Voices participant.

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