During Somalia's civil war, Abdifatah Dhuhulow sustained a wound that led to his leg being amputated some years later. Remarkably, the loss of a limb helped Dhuhulow, who came to Britain as a refugee, discover a talent for long-distance running. In 2008, he completed the London marathon in just over three hours.
On a grey day in London's Hyde Park, the 31-year-old talked to Thomson Reuters Foundation about his love of running and his determination to do something for Africa's neglected amputees.
Interview: Katie Nguyen
Filming: Shanshan Chen / Claudine Boeglin
Editing: Shanshan Chen
More on: trust.org
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