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A Sick Baby!

March 27,2012 1:40pm
UPDATE! Baby Deborah will need Surgery soon and they still need about $600
for the surgery and care she will receive in ICU. She has Aortic Aneurysm's and will only get worse if she does not have surgery. She needs the surgery within a week or
she may continue to get worse and it will be harder to treat her condition then.
Thanks. Donate if you can!

An Update on Deborah. She was taken to Mulago hospital in Kampala today to see the cardiologist. I'll update more about her progress soon.

11:10 am March 23.

This is baby Deborah. She was unwanted by her family and not fed often. Her twin sister died from starvation. Little Deborah was rescued by an orphanage and she has a heart condition and really needs to see a cardiologist in Kampala. The capital city of Uganda. There is only 1 cardiologist in Uganda. She will not live much longer without getting her heart checked out and getting treatment. The cost of all this $200. Her Condition gets worse everyday so time of the essence. If you can donate any amount click here
to go to pay pal . Deborah is at a orphanage in Iganga, Uganda. It's not affiliated with New Victory School in Uganda which is the charity I Support. But she is in great need of help and amount you give is tax deductible and 100% will go to Deborah's care.

BELOW is the story of how Deborah was found by the director of the orphanage who took her in.
"I was contacted by the District Child Welfare Officer concerning two children who were in critical health conditions.
Because I could not easily get the means of transport to the village, getting there after 5 hours, I found this poor girl had died (Deborah's twin). Many children like this one die and no one takes the initiative to help.
By supporting our efforts to rescue children at risk, we are able to reach many of this kind.

After wards, i went to the next home where I found this beautiful girl sitting in the dust.
I was hesitant to take her on, because she needs so much care that I don't have. She needs to be taken to a nutrition clinic 3 times a week, and she needs much attention. But the sacrifice
is worth it. I have taken her on and she is now with the rest of her adopted brothers and sisters. Though she needs a lot of support, by standing alongside her through prayer, you have done a wonderful thing. She is now delivered and I am have faith, she will be a beautiful young lady in the times to come. May the Lord grant her favor!" That message was written on Jan 11th. The day after Deborah was rescued. Her condition is much worse now.
March 22, 2012 11:08am


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