Daniel Jeydel
Daniel's Story

Daniel joined Watsi on July 15th, 2021. 11 other people also joined Watsi on that day! Daniel's most recent donation supported Kyomukama, a farmer from Uganda, to fund a hysterectomy.


Daniel has funded healthcare for 7 patients in 3 countries.

All patients funded by Daniel

Kyomukama is 50-year-old small scale farmer and a mother to three sons, all whom are still studying in school. She proudly shared that one is at the university in his third year, another one in his first year, and the last one has just completed senior four in school. All of their schooling has been supported by their uncle, who adopted them, as Kyomukama's husband passed away in 2004. Kyomukama first felt pain on her lower abdomen a while ago, but was not overly concerned at the time. She went to a clinic and was given some supportive treatment, which did not completely relieve her of her condition. As her condition got worse, Kyomukama began experiencing other troubling symptoms including pain and discomfort. Due to excessive bleeding, she often felt fatigued or experiences brain fog temporarily. Upon visiting our medical partner's care center, Kyomukama was diagnosed with a uterine myoma, also known as a non-cancerous tumor. She needs to undergo a hysterectomy, a procedure in which surgeons will remove her uterus. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is requesting $219 to fund Kyomukama's surgery. On May 25th, she will undergo gynecological surgery at our medical partner's care center. Once recovered, Kyomukama will be able to resume her daily activities free of pain. Kyomukama shared, “I hope that once I have undergone operation, my health problem will be solved and I will be able to get back to my activities like my farming with ease.”

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Turyagumanawe is a 46-year-old mother from Uganda. She currently lives with her mother and children, since she lost her husband in 2004. Through small scale farming, Turyagumanawe grows maize, millet and beans. The little profits she earns goes towards her two children's education and the rest for family upkeep. She loves singing and proudly shared that in the past was the vice-chairperson of her church choir. For the past three months, Turyagumanawe has been experiencing lower abdominal and back pain and other difficult symptoms. She has been diagnosed with a large tubo ovarian mass. Initially, she had gone to a different facility and had pain medication prescribed. However, with the pain and bleeding becoming more severe, Turyagumanawe opted to visit Nyakibale Hospital, where she was ultimately diagnosed and recommended to undergo a hysterectomy. This health condition has affected her daily life, especially her ability to do the things she loves like being present in her church choir. Turyagumanawe hopes to undergo treatment in order to lead a normal life, but is worried about the financial cost of her care. Turyagumanawe needs to undergo a hysterectomy, a procedure in which surgeons will remove her uterus. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is requesting $219 to fund Turyagumanawe's surgery. On June 9th, she will undergo this procedure at our medical partner's care center. Once recovered, Turyagumanawe will be able to resume her daily activities free of pain. Turyagumanawe shared, “I will really be grateful if am given your support to receive my treatment. Alone, my finances can’t enable me to raise enough funds for the surgery. I hope to continue with farming so as to provide for my children as their sole parent."

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Joan is a playful and happy three-year-old girl. She's the third born in a family of four. Their family lives in a rental house in a small town in Kenya. Her father works as a shopkeeper, and her mother is a housewife. Joan's father earns limited wages from the business, especially during the difficult times caused by the COVID pandemic. Having been blessed with four children, Joan's father's income is often not enough to cater to the basic needs of his children and also pay for the health care that Joan needs. Joan was brought to the hospital with recurrent tonsillitis and pain when swallowing for more than a year now. She has difficulty sleeping, and breathing when she sleeps. These symptoms are attributed to enlarged tonsils that are blocking her airways. Her mother also reported that when Joan has an active infection, she is not able to feed well and even has difficulty in breathing during the day. Before they came to Kapsowar Hospital, Joan's mother had been taking her to a health facility for treatment with antibiotics, though they have not been effective. Our surgeons have recommended that Joan’s condition is best treated surgically and have booked her for a tonsillectomy. The surgery will improve her general well-being and bring her peace during the night and aid in proper feeding. Joan's family is requesting any well-wisher to support them so that their daughter can undergo surgery. Joan will be receiving assistance from our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare. Fortunately, she is scheduled to undergo a tonsillectomy on April 23rd. African Mission Healthcare is requesting $420 to cover the total cost of her procedure and care. Once recovered, she will be able to sleep and breathe peacefully throughout the night. Joan's mother shared, “I want my child to get treated so that she can breathe well and sleep well. Thank you for your support.''

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