Monday, 8 January 2018

Today we help Abraham, a man from Kenya who needs money to fund fracture repair surgery.

At Parts for Treadmill we believe that being physically active in life is the best medicine against diseases, especially to face the problem of ageing in our counties of the first world. This is the reason why we offer qualitative reasonably priced spare parts and service for the repair of fitness equipment.

In third world countries, unfortunately, people have different problems and sometimes we want to help. Thank to watsi we are helping today Abraham with a donation of 570 USD. We would like to share its story here. You can donate to any of watsi patient with an amount of your choice.
Abraham's story

Abraham is a casual laborer from Kenya. He is a hardworking father of one. Abraham is the firstborn in a family of four. He lost his parents when he was only ten, which forced him to drop out of school and to take care of his three younger sisters.
On his way to work, Abraham was aboard a tractor loaded with logs. Unfortunately, before reaching their destination, the tractor lost control and hit a wall. Abraham broke his leg, while the others only suffered minor injuries. Abraham is not able to walk on his own and experiences pain.
Fortunately, surgeons at Watsi's medical partner can help. Abraham will undergo a fracture repair procedure, called an open reduction and internal fixation. This treatment will enable him walk again and go back to work again Now, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is requesting $968 to fund this procedure. Parts For Treadmill contributed with $570, needed to complete the crowdfunding.
“I pray to God to give me good health so that continue working hard,” says Abraham.

Abraham underwent fracture repair surgery.

Abraham’s surgery was successful. He experienced pain after the surgery but later became stable. When he recovers fully, he will return to his job of tree cutting.

“I wish to thank all who made my surgery successful. I am recovering on well,” he says.

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