Jayden is a baby from Tanzania. He is being raised by a single mother working hard to provide for her family. Jayden’s father is not in their life, and his mother has no remaining family members. She has no stable job and she always seeks different jobs, like washing clothes.
Jayden was born with his fingers on both of his hands being attached together. His mother tried to seek treatment, however she could not afford to pay for surgery to correct his fingers. Due to his condition, Jayden cannot use his fingers separately.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Jayden receive treatment. On October 13, surgeons at the care center will perform a surgery to help separate his fingers for easier use. Now, their family needs help to fund this $639 procedure.
Jayden’s mother says, “I have struggled for a while with my son, I am glad that I have found people who are willing to help him.”