Jacinta is a mother of six from Uganda. She and her husband, Stephen, are subsistence farmers. She also weaves mats and ropes, while Stephen makes bricks. They use their income to send their children to school. In her free time, Jacinta enjoys going to church, sweeping around her homestead, and working in her kitchen garden.
Jacinta has had an uncomfortable condition in a sensitive area for six months. This condition has prevented her from joining social gatherings or going to the market. On October 25, she underwent a repair surgery at our medical partner’s hospital, Bwindi Community Hospital.
“When I am repaired, this will be a miracle,” says Jacinta. “I wish to first thank the donors that will support my care.”