Amani is a bright, thirteen-year-old student who enjoys her studies. She dreams of becoming a teacher in the future. She comes from a small family with two children and is being raised by two loving parents. Her parents are self-employed - running a small business selling food products around their area. They both work hard to make sure they earn money that will enable them to provide for their family. The food business has been hard, and they must slow down the business hoping for a better harvest this year.
In 2021, Amani suffered a fractured wrist and it did not heal well. She does not have full range of motion of her hand limiting her use of it, which is making life harder for her.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Amani receive treatment. On February 27th, surgeons at their care center will perform a surgery so that she will be able to use her hand freely. Now, Amani’s family needs help to fund this $639 procedure.
Amani’s mother says, “She was happy when she knew that treatment was a possibility. The hope in her gives us strength.”