Jacinta Wambui Gitau was born in the year 1959, she is married with 10 children and one is deceased. Back in the year 2016 she become sick and was admitted at Thika Hospital level 5. She spent six months being diagnosed without the disease being identified. through the
support of (CHEFUND ), Jacinta was transferred to Kenyatta National Hospital where the disease was identified and treated. Thereafter she was referred to Igeania Hospital for medical check-up where she is still attending medication do date.
“My name is Jacinta Wambui.I got sick a couple of years ago. I have problems with my joints such that I cannot do anything, a simple task as washing my own clothes has become futile because anytime I try to do laundry or gardening, my arms swell from the elbows down, sometimes I can hardly walk and even when I do, my legs fail fall and I fall to the ground. I cannot cook my own food or do any kind of work whatsoever, My granddaughter takes care of me but she’s not always available as she is young and has kids of her own to fend for. We rely on the little we get from the farm. Due to the high standard of living, lack funds and my unstable state of health, I am appealing for financial and material support from well-wishers, Organizations and the government to help me meet my daily basic needs and medical bills so that I can also permit my granddaughter to go back to her young family.”
MARY Waithera Gitau.
My name is Mary Wambui Kariuki a widow with five children, four sons and one daughter with grandkids too who been left under my care, I don’t have any financial assistance and for this reason I need help. I was diagnosed with severe migraine and I survive on pain killers as I cannot afford full medical care. my health is by day deteriorating as I will be turning 70years in December. My humble request to well-wishers is to
help me get medical care and a National Hospital Insurance Fund cover, that will come in handy whenever my health condition worsens.Thank you all”