Kato is a young child from Uganda. He is a twin and last born in a family of four children. His mother operates a small roadside canteen where she sells items like sugar cane, potatoes, and avocados. His father is a police man and they stay all together in a single-roomed rental home.
Kato was accompanied by his mother to hospital presenting with a swelling around the proximal intergluteal region for about eight months. He feels pain whenever sitting on the affected side, spends sleepless nights crying due to pain, and also presents with mild fevers.
Kato traveled to our medical partner’s care center to receive treatment. On April 21st, surgeons will remove the mass. Now, Kato needs help to raise $187 to fund this procedure.
Kato’s mother says, “I hope that my child will be healed from his condition after his surgery is done.”