Esther is a casual laborer from Kenya. She is a mother of eight children. Esther is not employed and unable to tend to her small plot of land due to a leg wound.
Esther has a diabetic wound on her left foot. She is not able to walk well or work on her farm.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Esther receive treatment. On January 9, surgeons will perform a debridement and skin graft procedure to eliminate the risk of amputation and enable the wound to heal. This will allow Esther to walk and work freely again. Now, Esther needs help to fund this $1,129 procedure.
Esther says, “I wish I can be able to ambulate with ease so that I can work on my own rather than relying on my son.”