Save baby Nathan

by Atuhurira Cindy
Created Feb 19, 2021 | Kampala
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Like many others, Venna Amiro was hit hard by the Covid19 Lockdown, aggravated by the fact that she is raising her special child Nathan Solomon Andama as a single mother of 23. Having lost her job as a shop attendant at a crafts shop in Kampala, she was left to the mercy of friends and well wishers. However, this has not been consistent and is not sustainable.

Solomon was born with cerebral palsy and is confined to his bed for the past 5years of his life. With donations from friends and well wishers, he now has a back straightener and a special seat. He is in need of a Wheel chair to get him around. Thanks to free therapy services, he can now sit up and hold his head up.

Vena is seeking UGX 3,500,000 as a start up income for her own business to be able to sustain her and her son, who requires special care and diet/medication. Also, his wheelchair costs UGX 400,000. Friends are currently funding the trip to and from the therapy centre and peripheral needs. Your generous contributions are greatly anticipated and will be greatly appreciated.
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