Bramwel is a 10-year-old boy from Makindu, in Makueni county in Kenya. He lives with his grandmother while his mother works in Nairobi. Because he was born deaf he attends a school that specializes in educating deaf students.
Since birth, Bramwel has lived with a clubfoot, which significantly affects his mobility. He walks on tiptoe and falls often. His grandmother brought him to the clinic in Makindu, seeking help for her grandson.
With the assistance of our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, Bramwel is now scheduled to undergo angular deformity correction surgery on May 8th. This surgery will enable him to walk confidently and continue his studies. Bramwel and his family need your help to fund this $1,224 procedure.
“As the grandmother of Bramwel, I would love to see him walk like other children and continue living a normal life. Any help to cater for his surgery will mean a lot to us,” Bramwel’s grandmother told us.
Bramwel is a 10-year-old boy from Makindu, in Makueni county in Kenya. He lives with his grandmother while his mother works in Nairobi. Beca...
Bramwel will stand and walk comfortably thanks to his life-changing surgery.
Bramwel underwent successful angular deformity correction surgery to treat his clubfoot, and he is now recovering well. After he heals, he will be able to stand upright and walk confidently without limping for the first time in his life. He is looking forward to getting back to life and returning to school.
“Thank you so much to the donors who made the surgery possible through Cure Hospital,” Bramwel’s mother told us. “I don’t have a stable income which means I couldn’t get the funds to cater for his surgery; therefore, I am so grateful for the support. I am hopeful that he will get better soon and start walking around like other children. It’s my hope that he’ll soon go back to school and continue with his education.”
Bramwel underwent successful angular deformity correction surgery to treat his clubfoot, and he is now recovering well. After he heals, he w...