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£2,755raised of £10,000 target by 56 supporters

    Weʼve raised £2,755 to help fund medical costs for surgeries after a fatal bus accident that left those who survived in ICU

    Funded on Tuesday, 25th September 2018

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    On 25May2018 my sister and 4 members of her family were travelling from Lira (Northern Uganda) to Kampala (capital city) from a holiday by Coach (bus). Unfortunately, there was a fatal accident at Kiryandongo and most people on the Coach did not survive and the few who did sustained life threating injuries and are still under intensive care.

    My sister Jackie lost one of her sons (Norman) and she and 3 members of her family are currently fighting for their lives and requires immediate surgery on their multiple fractures at Nsambya hospital in Uganda. The hospital requires a deposit of about £7,000 to start surgeries and the total cost of treatment could rise to over £10,000 for all of them. We are currently fundraising for this cause so any support is much appreciated.



    • James Oyee6 months ago
      James Oyee

      James Oyee

      6 months ago

      I wanted to take time to share with you the latest update on the injured. Jackie has been transferred from the ICU to the ward following surgeries. This is really a positive progress. She is now able to eat, drink and talk. Lauryn, Malcom and Nathan have all improved and have now been discharged from the hospital ward but will continue with outpatient treatment for the next couple of weeks. Thanks again for your generosity and support.

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    • James Oyee6 months ago
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      James Oyee

      6 months ago

      Jackie woke up this morning following multiple procedures yesterday and able to recognise people around which is a good sign.

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    • James Oyee6 months ago
      James Oyee

      James Oyee

      6 months ago

      Thank you all for your support and generosity in helping Jackie, Nathan, Malcom and Lauryn. Jackie had multiple surgeries today but still under ICU. Lauryn also had surgeries in both her arms but was still having some pain in her knees so she had further investigations today and will have a scan tomorrow. Nathan had severe Traumatic brain injury and under monitoring and several tests. Malcom condition is currently improving.

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    Page last updated on: 8/25/2018 1:30 PM



    • Karen


      Aug 25, 2018

      We hope that everyone is doing ok. We are Harriet's friend and we apologize for the lateness of this support.


    • Annelieke Van de Wiel

      Annelieke Van de Wiel

      Jun 13, 2018

      I wish you all strength


    • Angela boland

      Angela boland

      Jun 6, 2018

      Thinking of you and your family. Best wishes, Ax


    • Leisa Rouse

      Leisa Rouse

      Jun 6, 2018

      Praying for you all. With love from Balham Baptist Church, London


    • Kavita Peddiraju

      Kavita Peddiraju

      Jun 5, 2018

      Sorry to hear about the news James. best wishes to you and your family.


    • Kat Streethurster

      Kat Streethurster

      Jun 4, 2018

      My very best wishes to you


    • Monica Lopez

      Monica Lopez

      Jun 1, 2018

      My thoughts are with you and your family, James.


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