Help 250 Disabled Kenyan children go to school

Dec 8, 2009

Save John from a skin growth worry

John skin growth that is worrying
John skin growth that is worrying

Urgent Medical Attention

We want to thank you for your continued support to our program on persons with disability. Mr. John has skin pigment deformity (Albino). John is well integrated into the community and feels at home wherever he goes. John has a growth in his cheek. Preliminary examinations indicate the growth is extending to the ligaments. We are seeking your donations to help him go for further examinations to ascertain exactly what it is. In August 2010, John will be among 10 TYSA representatives in the International Youth Camp to be held in Mwanza Tanzania, where he will talk about the rights of Albinos. With your support, we do hope that he will be treated and ready for this great opportunity for him to share with the Tanzania community how to defend the Albinos who are being killed especially in Mwanza. With Warm Regards from TYSA Gichuki Francis


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Project Leader

Gichuki Francis

Executive Officer
Kitale, Kenya

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