Prince is a three-year-old boy from Kenya and the fifth born in a family of six children. Prince’s mother works as a vendor and separated from Prince’s father after he was born.
Prince has an abnormal gait and limps when he walks. His mother shared that he has had the condition since birth and feels it may have started when, unfortunately, the doctor dropped Prince during her Caesarian delivery.
Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), is helping Prince receive treatment. He is scheduled to undergo a proximal fibular osteotomy on June 14th at AMH’s care center. After surgery, his gait will improve and he will be able to walk to school and continue with his studies. Now, their family needs help raising $1,224 to fund the procedure.
Prince’s mother shared, “I am appealing for help from well-wishers, I would like to see my son walking well like other children and continuing with life normally.”