Kisakya Mukama (meaning God’s grace) was born in Uganda in December with a life threatening condition – Right Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia -meaning the space where his right lung should be was occupied by the liver and pushing his right lung onto his heart and left lung. A local mission doctor, Becca Jones, demonstrated great faith and organisation in arranging urgent surgery for him at the International Hospital in Kampala. Joyfully, Kisakya has been discharged from hospital now, he is feeding well, growing strong and scheduled for regular checkup! W&A was delighted to help fund this surgery (£4,350) and hope we can continue to work with Becca in the future. The pictures show Kisakya pre and post op with Becca.
Partners & Links
There are many organisations that we partner with in one way or another. We are thankful for these organisations working with us, combining our different areas of expertise to keep the focus on helping the children! In particular, we would like to thank Mercy Ships, Saving Faces, Enable The Children, Cuore Fratello, Chain of Hope, VARAS Ghana, The G4 Alliance and CURE International UK.
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‘Every child must know that he is a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like him.’