Twasiima is a 28-year-old shop keeper from Southwestern Uganda. She has a college degree in business administration, but unfortunately has not secured a job yet. She runs a small retail shop, while her husband is a boda boda (motorcycle taxi) driver. During her free time, she enjoys tending to her shop.
Twasiima is expecting her second child. Her doctors recommend that she deliver via a Caesarean section because in 2019, very sadly, she experienced a stillbirth. When she was examined for her current pregnancy, the doctor recommended a surgery to reduce the risk of uterine rupture and to ensure that the child is safely delivered.
Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), is requesting $207 to help Twasiima undergo a C-Section on July 29th.
Twasiima shared, “I pray for a successful surgery and a good outcome. May God bless me with a child. I will continue to do business to be able to develop my family.”