Jackline is farmer who is helping raise her grandson after her daughter died in a road traffic accident last year. She plants maize and beans to earn a living for herself and her grandson.
For the past six months, Jackline has been experiencing lower abdominal pain and other worrying symptoms. Doctors have diagnosed her with uterine myomas. She needs surgery but is unable to raise the money needed for surgery and has asked for help.
Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare, is raising $219 to fund Jackline’s surgery. On April 5th, she will undergo gynecological surgery at our medical partner’s care center. Once recovered, Jackline will be able to resume her daily activities and caring for her grandson free of pain.
Jackline said: “I will really be glad to have my health restored and will be able to continue farming to provide for my grandson.”