CRADLE OF H.O.P.E. KENYA, EAST AFRICA
(TO BE ANNOUNCED)
The Cradle of H.O.P.E. (COH) families in
have suffered greatly. Husbands and children have been lost to HIV/AIDS. This disease has affected a large number families and has brought death to many here in the community. Those who survive are left to the streets and have become orphans and are destined to lives without hope. Kenya
The HIV/AIDS disease is attacking at least 700 people daily in
. The COH-Kenya project has made a difference in the lives of many who are affected and has been relentless in finding ways to reduce the spreading of this disease to the next generation. Kenya
Those affected and infected with HIV/AIDS are young girls and widows who have lost their husbands to the disease. In many instances, both parents die because of the virus and as a result, many children are orphans in the streets.
The disease has been highly accelerated due to the following:
COH our desires to support more families. However, due to financial limitations, only so much can be done at this time. It is our desire to see that more affected children and families have access to a good education and loving care, and that they experience the hope that COH brings. YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!
Nahum Joel Medina Gonzáles, es un paciente de ocho años de edad, es conocido en la Consulta de Nefrología Pediátrica por los siguientes diagnósticos Vejiga Neurogénica, Hidrocefalia Congénita, post-operado de Mielomeningocele y Acidosis Metabólica, estuvo en tratamiento hasta el 30 de junio del 2008.
Es parte del proyecto “Cuna de la Esperanza” en Honduras, de la Col. 30 de Noviembre, cursa el 2do grado de primaria, es un caso especial.
Cuna de la Esperanza es sostenido por el comité que dirigen los doctores y ministros Ruckers, Benjamin y Angela, en diferentes países, con la ayuda de Dios y los ministerios novia de Cristo desde la ciudad de Merilan USA.
Nahum Joel Medina Gonzáles has been a patient for eight years in the Pediatric Study of Kidneys. He has the following diagnoses: a nervous system sac that collects urine from the kidneys ; congenital hydroencifolitis; and excess acid in his blood tissues. Nahum was in treatment until June 30, 2008.
Nahum is part of a project in