Kyarikunda is an expecting mother who is 37 weeks pregnant. She has five children with her husband, and both of them are farmers who work hard to support their family.
When Kyarikunda came for an antenatal visit, doctors advised her to consider delivering via c-section due to her two previous c-sections. Attempts to deliver without a c-section may result in uterine rapture and post-term hemorrhage. However, Kyarikunda and her family cannot afford the cost of this procedure. She appeals for help to undergo a safe c-section delivery for her baby.
Kyarikunda will be receiving assistance from our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare. Fortunately, she is scheduled to undergo a c-section on April 23rd. African Mission Healthcare is requesting $252 to cover the total cost of her procedure and care. The surgery will help both Kyarikunda and her baby to be safe and healthy once she delivers.
Kyarikunda shared, “I hope to have a successful and safe delivery with your support, and I will continue with farming once I have fully recovered.”