The story of a young promising lady Agbakwuru Pamela, who in her early thirties is pathetic. Pamela who left her house on that fateful day for work and was coming back from where she was searching for a living was struck down by an over-speeding vehicle and was rushed to hospital with wounds and lacerations all over her. According to her, "Thanks be to God almighty for saving me from a fatal accident that happened on May 26th been on Thursday around 8:48pm, when I was coming back from nkwogwu, a vehicle was coming in front of us on a high speed before we could know it the vehicle hit us and the bike man died instantly like I heard from people, then I was rushed to hospital, reaching to the hospital doctor discovered that I broked my leg, and some other bruises all over my body, ever since then I have been in the hospital at hossana ( logara) hospital, I'm not handy enough and my mum a widow, the only surviving parents alive is not financially buoyant to Carter for my health. I beckon on you Sam Onyemaechi Humanitarian Foundation to come to my rescue, I don't want to be disfigured".
Did you know, of the one billion population of persons with disabilities, 80% live in developing countries.
An estimated 46% of older people aged 60 years and over are people with disabilities.
One in every five women is likely to experience disability in her life, while one in every ten children is a child with a disability.
Persons with disabilities in the world are among the hardest hit by COVID-19.
When we give collectively—what we can, with what we have, from where we are—we can make massive change happen. With your ongoing support, we can continue our mission to help save the life of Pamela to offset her hospital bills and be giving adequate treatment to avoid losing her leg. “Join me by donating $1 for every hour you (or a loved one) needed help in life. Challenges come in different ways. We can build a better world if everyone contribute no matter how small to make the world a better place for all.