Peace is an 80-year-old farmer facing difficulties maintaining a comfortable life in the wake of a debilitating gynecological condition. For two years, Peace has suffered from a protrusion that has left her fatigued, in constant pain, and with other worrying issues.
Peace has been widowed for 33 years and had 6 children; sadly, 2 of her children have passed away. The living 4 are married, self-employed, and unable to provide full-time care for their mother. Due to the sensitive nature of her condition, Peace faces ostracization in her community and is unable to find a caregiver. Previously, Peace worked on a farm to support herself, but has been unable to farm since the onset of her symptoms, leaving her in a tenuous financial state.
If left untreated, Peace’s persistent symptoms will continue to make her life exceedingly challenging. She has been unable to seek treatment at a hospital due to the financial burden, relying instead on painkillers from a clinic to alleviate her discomfort. Peace earnestly requests your support to raise $243 for surgery, which will improve her overall quality of life.
Peace says, “I have been battling with this condition for quite long; I do request for any possible support to restore my health to enable me to get back to farming.”