Babra is a small-scale business owner from Uganda. She is a mother of three children and has been married for the past twelve years. During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family.
She currently owns a fruit vending shop in her hometown where she sells mangoes, tomatoes, watermelons, and oranges for income, while her husband drives a taxi. They rent a one-bedroom home in a Rukungiri town.
She is currently expecting her fourth child. Her doctors recommended that she deliver via a cesarean section (C-Section) because of three previous scars. This procedure will help prevent further complications that may arise if she does not deliver via C-Section. This way, doctors can ensure the safety of both mother and child.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMF), will be performing Babra’s C-Section on February 17th. AMF is requesting $252 to fund this procedure.
Barbra says, “Your support will be a blessing to me, and I hope to have a successful delivery.”