Evas is a 34-year-old mother of two children who is expecting her third baby soon. Prior to the Covid-19 lockdown that closed schools, Evas worked as a school nurse at Kabale University. Now, she has been farming at home to provide food for her family. Her husband works as a taxi driver, but his business has also been affected by the lockdown.
Evas received the full antenatal care package at our medical partner’s care center, Nyakibale Hospital. The doctor advised her to deliver by cesarean section due to the status of her previous deliveries. This procedure will allow for a better delivery outcome and prevent the possible complications of uterine rupture.
Evas is a returning Watsi patient, after undergoing a thyroid procedure in 2020 to help her breath, work, and live more comfortably. Now, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH), is requesting $252 to help fund another very important surgery for Evas so her baby can be born safely.
Evas says, “I am really grateful for the help I was given for my previous operation. I am requesting your financial support again in order to make my surgery possible as the lockdown has left us helpless in every aspect.”