Jolly is a 46-year-old woman living in Uganda with her husband and six children. She enjoys weaving tablecloths, works as a subsistence farmer to feed her family, and grows coffee to sell for additional income.
For the past seven years, Jolly has been experiencing uncomfortable gynecological problems which have caused her severe pain and discomfort. To treat her condition, doctors have recommended a total vaginal hysterectomy. Jolly’s symptoms have made it difficult for her to work, which has been very hard on her and her family.
Our medical partner, The Kellermann Foundation, is requesting $321 to fund Jolly’s hysterectomy, which is scheduled for May 26. Jolly is excited to have her surgery so she can get back to supporting her family. She would like to tell donors how much she appreciates the help they have her given her.