Doreen is a 35-year-old small-scale farmer who lives with her family in Uganda. Although she currently farms primarily to feed her family, she hopes to one day open a place where people can come and enjoy a meal.
Doreen is currently expecting her fourth child. Her doctors are recommending that she deliver via Caesarean section because there has been only a brief interval between her current pregnancy and her most recent delivery. Additionally, because Doreen previously delivered via C-Section, her physicians are concerned that she might experience uterine rupture if she delivers naturally this time.
Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Doreen undergo a C-Section on August 16th at their care center, Karoli Lwanga Hospital in Nyakibale. Doreen needs your support to fund this $252 procedure, which should ensure the safety of both her and her baby.
Doreen says, “I hope that with your support financially, I will be able to deliver successfully.”