Mosses is a student from Tanzania. He is the second born in a family of seven children. Mosses has just completed his primary school education.
Mosses started getting sick almost a year ago when he noticed a bump on his upper right thigh that kept growing gradually. It was painful for him to walk to school, and he could not play or help at home with chores. He was expecting to enroll in secondary school this year, but the pain got worse, to the point where he could not sleep and would complain of pain throughout the night.
Mosses traveled to our medical partner’s care center to receive treatment. On January 11, surgeons will remove the mass. Now, Mosses needs help to raise $689 to fund this procedure.
Mosses says, “I hope I will be able to walk, play, and attend school. Thank you for helping me get this treatment.”