Rayan is a one-month-old infant and the firstborn child in his family. He lives with his mother and her parents. His mother just completed her aviation diploma, but is currently unemployed. His father is also unemployed.
Rayan has clubfoot of both feet, a condition in which his feet are twisted out of shape. This will cause him difficulty walking and even wearing shoes in the future.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), is helping Rayan receive treatment. He traveled to AMH’s care center where, on January 17th, he will undergo clubfoot repair surgery. After treatment, he will be able to walk easily. Now, Rayan and his family need help raising $935 to fund his procedure and care.
Rayan’s mother shared, “I am afraid my son won’t have a normal life in the future. I hope he gets the treatment that helps his condition.”
Rayan is a one-month-old infant and the firstborn child in his family. He lives with his mother and her parents. His mother just completed h...
Rayan underwent clubfoot treatment so he can grow up active.
Rayan has started his treatment to correct his feet so that eventually he can walk and play like other children. He is currently on his second cast and scheduled for his third cast change. He is seeing a clubfoot specialist who shared that Rayan is making good progress. In time, he will have Tenotomy surgery which will aid him with crawling and later walking. The treatment will also enable him to be able to wear shoes as he gets older.
Rayan’s mother says, “Thank you for helping my son, this gives us hope that he will have a better future.”
Rayan has started his treatment to correct his feet so that eventually he can walk and play like other children. He is currently on his seco...