LATEST UPDATES – 2018
ETHAN UPDATE Pictures tell a thousand words! Day 4 post-op and surgery has gone very well - Ethan’s tummy is much smaller, drains out, eating a little and maybe discharged end of week.
ETHAN UPDATE The great news is that Ethan and Charles' visas were granted this morning 12 June so they can get on the flight to the UK tonight - thank you to everyone for your prayers. We will now liaise with the John Radcliffe hospital in Oxford to arrange his pre-op checks.
TWO BOYS TO GUINEA -Don't Mohammed (11yrs) and Alhaji (12) look fantastic? All credit to the skills of Dr Tony and the staff at Hope Medical Clinic, Guinea - thank you. The boys arrived at the Guinea border on 12 February and a car picked them up on 13 February to take them home to Port Loko, Sierra Leone. It is heartening to see them smiling and looking so much better. ''See the One, Love the One''
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, CURE International UK and EducAid.
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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.’
Willing and Abel seeks to provide connections between children in developing nations and specialist centres, helping with visas, passports, transportation and finances. Willing and Abel aims to see the one and love the one -because we believe by transforming individuals; families, communities and nations can be transformed.
Dr. Abigail Estelle,
MBBS, MRCS(Eng), BDS, AKC
Founder of Willing and Abel
Why 'Willing and Abel'?
Abel was born in March 2009 in N Cameroon with his heart outside of his chest. Abi visited him in hospital and arranged for him to have surgery in Milan,Italy. The op was a success but unfortunately Abel died in 2011 from Malaria. Abi set up the charity in March 2009 and called it “Willing and Abel” both to recognise Abel as the first child and what the charity does - being willing and in God being able!