Brian is a cheerful 10-year-old student. He is the third and youngest child of the family. His mother is a homemaker and his father is a farmer. Brian lives with his parents and siblings in a village, and attends the local primary school, where he is in fifth grade. Despite his birth condition, Brian is a passionate footballer.
Brian was born with a clubfoot condition in which his feet are twisted out of shape, and has been treated with serial casting starting from when he was just a day old. His left foot has corrected while his right foot has not - he currently tiptoes when he walks and feels pain whenever he runs, including pain on the field while playing football.
Fortunately, Brian traveled to visit our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation. There, surgeons will perform clubfoot repair surgery on March 13th. African Mission Healthcare Foundation is requesting $1,286 to fund Brian’s procedure. After treatment, Brian will be able to walk well, play football, and continue with his studies uninterrupted.
Brian’s mother said, “I am pleading for help from the donors for my son to undergo surgery and I will appreciate your support.”
Brian is a cheerful 10-year-old student. He is the third and youngest child of the family. His mother is a homemaker and his father is a far...
Brian underwent treatment for his clubfoot so he can run and play.
Brian was admitted to the hospital to undergo multiple successful surgeries to treat his clubfoot. This treatment will be life-changing for Brian because he will be able to walk properly, run along with friends and play football which is what he has been longing for his whole life. He will also be able to help his mother do house chores.
Brian’s mother shared: “I would like to appreciate the good work this hospital is doing. Coming from Bomet, where there are few medical institutions, I was relieved to learn that I would receive help from CURE hospital and that my son would soon have a possibility of a bright future. As a grade five student, whenever he went to school, sometimes his friends would get bored of him walking slowly and leave him behind sometimes, when it rained, he had to walk alone because of his condition, but now he is happy that he will be able to do activities he was previously unable to do, and for that I am grateful.”
Brian was admitted to the hospital to undergo multiple successful surgeries to treat his clubfoot. This treatment will be life-changing for ...