Agai is a nine-month-old baby boy and the youngest child of his mother’s five children. Agai’s father lives in a remote village where most people are Maasai and keep livestock for a living. His parents sell milk and cattle to support the family.
Agai has clubfoot of his left foot, a condition in which his foot is twisted out of shape. His condition may cause him difficulty walking and even wearing shoes in the future.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), is helping Agai receive treatment. On March 1st, he will undergo clubfoot repair surgery at AMH’s care center. A successful treatment will ensure that he is able to walk easily when he gets older. Now, he and his family need help raising $935 to fund Agai’s procedure and care.
Agai’s mother shared, “when my stepdaughter told me there is a place where my son can have his foot corrected it was hard to believe. But after seeing other children with a similar condition, I realized it is not just my son.”