Abraham is a hopeful and hard-working auditor from Malawi. He lives with his nephew and has been experiencing both financial and health difficulties for some time.
Since July 2018, Abraham has been experiencing pain and failure to urinate. These symptoms are caused by an enlarged prostate, a condition called benign prostatic hyperplasia. He needs to undergo a prostate resection surgery, a procedure in which surgeons will remove part of the enlarged gland.
Our medical partner, World Altering Medicine, is requesting $733 to fund Abraham’s surgery. On January 31, he will undergo prostate surgery at Nkhoma Hospital, our medical partner’s care center. The requested money pays for supplies, medications, and two weeks of hospital stay. He went to several government hospitals, which were unable to help him due to lack of equipment and supplies. He is relieved that he will finally be helped and should be able to go back to work soon.
He says, “I have been struggling with these issues since 2016, and I am so grateful that God has blessed me with this assistance so that I can finally return to good health!”