You can get them to Australia

Three children in Kyampisi, Uganda, need urgent surgery – and you can help bring them to Australia for treatment.

Robert was hunted down by witch doctors in his small town in Uganda to be a child sacrifice. He now can’t walk properly. Mary accidentally drank a strong caustic agent and has been eating through a tube for the last eight years. Benson must use a catheter and bag after his penis was amputated.

We’ve worked with our partner organisation, Kyampisi Childcare Ministries (KCM), to find three surgeons in Australia who have generously offered to treat them for free, but we need your help to cover other expenses.

We need to raise $10,000 per child to cover: flights, accommodation, escorts/carers, visas, medications, and other needs as they arise.

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Robert’s story…

Robert was just 7 years old when he was attacked by witch doctors to be used as a child sacrifice. During the attack, he was cut in the neck, which has damaged his spinal column. His feet now permanently point downwards, and he can’t stand or walk without help.

Dr Sandeep Tewari, from John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, has agreed to operate on Robert to lengthen the Achilles tendons so he can put his feet flat on the ground.

Mary’s story…

When she was 15, Mary swallowed a strong caustic agent – her oesophagus is now so badly scarred, that she can’t eat or drink.

Now eight years later, Mary has been kept alive by a feeding tube placed directly in the stomach.

Dr. Jenifer Wills, from John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, has agreed to operate on Mary without any charge. She’ll remove Mary’s scarred oesophagus and reconstruct it using a part of the gut.

Dr Sandeep Tewari, from John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, has agreed to operate on Robert to lengthen the Achilles tendons so he can put his feet flat on the ground.

Benson’s story

Benson is only 8 years old, but he can’t go to the toilet – he must use a catheter and bag. Last year, his penis was amputated by a shonky medico, who was attempting to remove a blockage.

Dr David Winkle, from the Mater Childrens’ Hospital in Brisbane, has agreed to perform this plastic surgery to reconstruct his penis. This will help Benson carry on a normal life, and will eliminate ongoing risk of infection.

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