Rosette is a homemaker and a mother of 3 from southwestern Uganda, who is expecting her 4th child. She practices subsistence farming that provides her family with food, and some money when she is able to sell surplus harvest. Her husband is a builder who takes up labor jobs whenever he gets them. Their children are in school and Rosette hopes that they will excel in school. She desired to be a teacher but could not proceed past primary school because her family could not afford it.
Rosette attended antenatal care at Nyakibale hospital, and doctors recommended that she undergo an C-Section surgery for her delivery. This way, doctors can ensure the safety of both mother and child. Rosette is not able to raise the funds needed for the surgery. She appeals for help.
Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Rosette undergo a C-Section on October 13. This procedure will cost $252, and Rosette needs your support.
Rosette says “I kindly request your support and believe that with it, I will be able to have a successful delivery.”