AMSHA – Successful surgery

Update Thursday 1 February 2018

I am so happy to share the news that Amsha has had a successful operation to remove her gall bladder.  The stone was huge and I am sure once Amsha has recovered from the operation she will be pain free.  Thanks to our friend Darya Mustafa, for being our man on the ground – organising transport, hospital tests and surgery.  This has been a great outcome and I am so happy that Operation Hope has been involved in this wonderful process.  Thank you once again to all our special donors.

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Update: Sunday 28th January, 2018

We have been able to send USD400 to Iraq to fully fund the surgery, medication, checkups, tests, xray, food for 10 days in hospital and taxi back to the camp.  We are so thankful that Amsha can now have the life saving surgery she needs on Wednesday 31st January.  Doctors have given their time and skills FREE for this surgery.  Thank you to the kind and generous donors who made this life saving operation possible.

Update: Saturday 27th January, 2018

We are well on our way to funding this operation scheduled for next Wednesday 31st January.   We need USD150/AUD200 to reach our target.

 

Amsha is presently lying in her tent in Khazir camp near Mosul, suffering extreme pain from gall stones and urgently requires an operation to remove them.

Our team member in Erbil, Darya, has managed to organise FREE surgery for Amsha next week in a hospital in Erbil. But we need to urgently raise USD400 to cover the pre operation X-rays, tests and checkups, 2 meals a day in hospital for 10 days, medication following the surgery and a taxi fare to transport her back to the camp.

Please use the donate button on the Operation Hope cover page to help Amsha have the surgery she requires.

 

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