November 10, 2021
Nancy is a single lady who currently lives with her sister after she losing her job as a cashier during COVID. She lost both her parents a few years ago and has been mostly raised by relatives.
Nancy was involved in a road accident two weeks ago and sustained multiple injuries and fractures. She is feeling very grateful to have seen another day after the road accident left three people dead. She is in pain and is not able to use her hands or her legs.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner can help. On November 10th, Nancy will undergo a fracture repair procedure, called an open reduction and internal fixation. She be able to heal completely and use her limbs again after therapy. Now, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is requesting $1,500 to fund this procedure.
Nancy says, “I am grateful to be alive today. I almost lost my life but God is great. Although I fractured my leg and hands, I got another chance in life. Luckily, these surgeries will help me get back on my feet and use my hands.”
Nancy is a single lady who currently lives with her sister after she losing her job as a cashier during COVID. She lost both her parents a f...
January 10, 2022
Nancy underwent fracture surgery following a severe road accident.
Nancy was involved in serious road traffic accident. She sustained multiple injuries and fractures, but was thankful that she survived. As a result, however, she has been immobile and in intensive care. Nancy was scheduled for three fracture surgeries to help her heal and walk again: Left tibia ORIF, Right femur ORIF and right Humorous ORIF.
Her procedures were successfully done, she has stabilized, and now she has headed home to continue healing.
Nancy says, “I was at my worst after the accident that I survived. I have seen God’s hand and I am thankful. Once I get completely on my feet, I will get back to my accounting work and photography which is my passion. “
Nancy was involved in serious road traffic accident. She sustained multiple injuries and fractures, but was thankful that she survived. As a...