Meron is a 29 year old hairdresser, living with her husband in Uganda. They are expecting a new baby. She shared that although she has had two previous pregnancies, neither was successful, so she is anxiously hopeful to bring this child into the world. Meron’s husband is a small scale farmer, and together, they own a three room mud home. When she is not at work, Meron enjoys taking care of the home that she shares with her husband.
Because of her previous difficult and unsuccessful pregnancies, her doctors are recommending that she deliver this child via Caesarean section. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Meron to access the care that she needs for a safe and healthy delivery. On October 4th, Meron will undergo a C-Section at Rushoroza Hospital. She and her husband are looking to you to help fund this procedure, which will cost $214.
Meron says: “I pray for a successful surgery with a positive outcome. I am very much hopeful that I will finally become a mother. I will continue with hair dressing so that I may be able to take good care of my family.”