Ninsiima is a pregnant 36-year-old mother of three. She works as a second grade teacher, while her husband is a cabbage and tomato farmer. With one previous C-Section scar and a short interpregnancy interval, her doctor recommended that she deliver her baby via Caesarean Section. This will reduce the risk of complications for her and the baby such as uterine rupture.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), is helping Ninsiima to receive medical care. On July 6th, she will deliver her baby via C-Section at AMH’s care center, and now, AMH is requesting $252 to cover the cost of the procedure and care.
Ninsiima shared, “I am kindly asking you to make my surgery possible because I can’t afford it on my own yet I would wish for a healthy delivery of my baby.”