Ramita is a two-year-old girl who has been unable to say her first words. Ramita was born with ankyloglossia, often called “tongue-tie,” a congenital anomaly that can affect speech, feeding, and oral hygiene.
Because of her condition, Ramita cannot speak, feels discomfort in her tongue, and has trouble eating. Her mother is very worried about her only child’s speech development, but the cost of surgery is out of reach for Ramita’s parents. Her mother does agricultural work and her father works in India to support the family.
With your help, Ramita can receive the $965 surgery she needs to live a healthier life and let her voice be heard!