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    Weʼve raised £3 to Help children in Ghana West Africa who have sickle Cell Anemia disease and have no access to medical treatment.

    Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
    Funded on Thursday, 3rd May 2018

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    Help children in Ghana who have Sickle Disease and have  no access  to medical treatment. No money to register for the national health insurance .

    We have been helping  a few children by paying for their medical bills, feeding and clothing . 

    We also paid for the operations of two boys whose private parts were disfuntioned. Unfortunately  we sadly lost one of the boys at a later stage 😔and the other survival boy also require  a second operation to rectify  a urinate leak.

    So sad that, another parents  lost 2 of their children to sickle cells disease because they had no money to register for the national health insurance and couldn't get money to seek medical assistant when need arrised .

    Why do we have to watch these innocent  children suffer ,why we can give them hope by showing  some love.

    Our aim is to build a small medical center where we can help sickle cells disease patience to register for free on the national health insurance to enable to get access to the right medication. We will also use the centre to encourage the locals to donate blood  to cater for sickle cells desease patient's

    *What is sickle cells?

    Sickle cell anemia "sickle cell Disease "is a disorder of the blood caused by an inherited abnormal hemoglobin "the oxygen-carrying protein within the red blood cells. The abnormal hemoglobin causes distorted "sickled"red blood cells. The sickled red bloodcells are fragile and prone to rupture.

    *Can you die from sickle cell anemia ?

    Conclusions! Fifty percent of patients with sickle cell anemia survived beyond the fifth decade. A large proportion of those who died had no overt chronic organ failure but died during an acute episode of pain, chest syndrome, or stroke. Early mortality was highest among patients whose disease was symptomatic.

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      2 years ago

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      Help 4 hope.org

      Oct 19, 2017

      you are doing a fantastic job

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    Help4HopeOrg

    Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

    help children in Ghana who have sickle cells disease and have no access to medical treatment.

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