Kyomuhangi is a 52-year-old farmer and a married mother of four children. She and her husband grow maize, beans and potatoes for their family.
For ten years, Kyomuhangi has struggled with lipomas on both thighs. Initially, the lipomas were not painful but recently, she experiences pain, particularly when walking. She is concerned that without treatment, she could experience complications.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), is helping Kyomuhangi receive treatment. When she was examined at AMH’s care center, surgery was recommended. On June 8th, surgeons will remove the masses and now, Kyomuhangi needs help to raise $137 to fund this procedure.
Kyomuhangi shared, “I hope to get better health-wise and get relieved of this pain I have been having. I will resume farming once I fully recover.”