Imran is a happy, gentle 11-month-old boy from Tanzania. He lives with his mother at his grandparents’ house.
Imran was born with clubfoot of his left foot—a condition where the foot turns inward. As Imran grows up, this condition can cause difficulty walking and pain that may make it hard for him to attend school or engage in activities like other kids his age. The condition’s stigmatization could also take a toll.
On October 13, Imran will receive the treatment he needs. Afterwards, he will be able to learn to walk without difficulty, attend school, and participate in other activities free from pain or stigma. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, requests $890 for Imran’s treatment.
Imran’s mother says, “I will be very happy to see my child get treated and be in a normal condition, I promise to take Imran to school when he grows up because I do not have any doubt that Imran will be well after treatment.”