Rosette, 13 years
|Name||T. Rosette (F)|
|Date of birth||21.07.2006|
|Cardiologist||Dr. Cabral Tantchou|
|Surgical intervention||€ 4.580,00|
|pre/post surgical treatment||€ 1.527,00|
|Own contribution||€ 000,00|
|Support requested||€ 6.107,00|
Rosette is happy. . . .
and so are we! Rosette is all smiles. On September 30, 2019 she was successfully operated by Dr. Charles Mvondo and his excellent team. The photo clearly shows that she has recovered well from the operation.
All that remains is to thank the benefactors and all those who have contributed to the success in other ways!
Rosette is one of the lucky kids who can benefit from the newly established heart department and the excellent Shisong / Yaounde team. Rosette has long had typical signs of heart disease. However, the exact diagnosis was not made until the summer of 2019 when she has been examined by Dr. Cabral Tantchou. The valve defects need to be corrected surgically.
Unice, Rosette's mother, should not be burdened with the costs for the surgical intervention. The mi-do donation community will pay for it and thanks all benefactors in advance for their highly welcomed contribution!
Date of request: 25.09.2019
Cardiac Centre Outreach Yaounde
Due to the socio-political crisis in Cameroon since autumn 2016, work at the Cardiac Center Shisong is significantly impaired. The violence in the SouthWest and NorthWest has been escalating, many streets are impassable and patients can not come safely to the heart center. Likewise, no guest doctors can visit the heart center. Since October 2018, operations had to be cancelled.
How to help?
For this reason, a very special rescue mission has been launched - a Cardiac Centre Outreach department has been established in a safe place - in Yaoundè, the capital of Cameroon. Since 21st May 2019 the outreach clilic is operational! 17 patients have been operated upon successfully by the Cardiac Centre team!
This is made possible by the involvement of several organizations. With the help of the MI-DO donation community, we want to support this rescue mission. Therefore we start already with fundraising for the costs of surgery for the Third group of patients.
We hope to be able to report here soon about the patient, who will benefit from this program.