Manseur’s story

Manseur was first admitted to Bansang in 2006, suffering from incredibly extensive burns to much of his body. This happened when the thatched roof of his compound caught fire, and collapsed on him as well as a number of other boys. His recovery was agonising and prolonged because at the time of his admittance, the hospital did not have access to the specialist burns dressings and treatments that are now provided by Bansang Hospital.


Thanks to the Rotary Club of Norwich, no child will have to endure what Manseur went through. & thanks to Dennis Robinson – organiser of the Scooters in the Sahara project – Manseur can also rest easier now, knowing that he has a great man supporting and sponsoring him as he looks to a better future.