Jasmin is three. She is one of seven children, and she lives with her family in Tanzania.
Jasmin was born with Hirschsprung’s Disease, a condition that makes it impossible for her to go to the restroom without the use of enemas (procedures that promote immediate bowel movements). Repeated enemas have exacerbated Jasmin’s problem, and now she has also developed enterocolitis - an inflammation of the small intestine and colon.
Jasmin’s parents are farmers who barely manage to support their large family. Jasmin’s $1,200 surgery costs would be an impossible financial burden to bear, so it’s up to us to help Jasmin get the treatment she needs.
Let’s chip in to relieve Jasmin of her pain!