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School fee for Jeraldina and Jeromina

Twin sisters, Jeraldina and Jeromina’s story is not different from many lower income families in Bangalore, India. Their dad Sesu Raj, the sole bread winner of the family makes about Rs.200 per day working as an auto driver. But he is a chronic alcoholic and does not go to work regularly. The family is now struggling to get the kids to school. The little girls are in 1st standard and at a risk of not going to school at all, due to their financial difficulties. They have other loans to pay off and also a monthly rent of Rs.1500 for the house they are staying in.

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Nursing college fee for Athulya Benny

Athulya Benny and family is in need of our financial assistance in completing her nursing course. Her father is working in a flour mill earning Rs.10,000 per month. Her mother Jessy has many health issues and the family had to spend a lot of money for her treatment. She also has a younger brother who is in school now. Athulya is studying at Universal College of Nursing at an annual fee of Rs. 1,20,000. They managed to pay the admission fee of Rs. 30,000 through donations from friends and well-wishers, but has no means of raising the rest
of the amount. The family has other loans, and also has to manage the continuous medical expenses for her mother. They approached MicroCharity for financial support in paying the college fee.

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Nursing College Fee for Shalat

Shalat, daughter of Shaji and Shanty from Pathanamthitta, Kerala will have to discontinue her Nursing course without our financial support. Her father Shaji is a farmer who is not able to work these days since he has a steel rod inserted in his legs post a recent accident. Her mother is a home maker and younger sister is still in school. The family is struggling to meet their daily expenses. Microcharity is supporting her with fee for last 3 years and now she is 3rd year. She need all our support

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House construction for Ouseph Xavier

Ouseph from Alapuzha, Kerala has been struggling with his house construction, fate dealing him not just one, but two blows affecting his life and his family. He was working as a fisherman, and had started constructing his house when he suffered a stroke. After some medication and rest, he recovered enough to restart the construction. But a second stroke soon after, left him paralyzed on one side of the body. Now he is not able to work or move around by himself.

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Shoulder surgery for Rahul

33-year old Rahul, the only earning member of his family has Obstetric brachial plexus injury from birth. He has been managing with constant physiotherapy and medication for the past many years and struggling with shoulder pain. He has to undergo multiple surgeries to cure this condition.

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Medical Support for Nimal – December 2020

Nimal is paralysed from waist down. The tragedy hit her about 18 years ago when she was studying in 12th grade. She had a fever and during the treatment the doctor administered a wrong injection which made her paralyzed from waist down. A hip replacement surgery was done to make her walk, but that made her condition worse. They have very little land which is mortgaged for her treatment. MicroCharity continues to support Nimal for last 8 years.The family is struggling with her medical expenses and frequent hospitalizations.

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Kidney surgery for Alan

11-year old has been suffering from vomiting and stomach pain for the past 6 months. He was taken to a private hospital where they diagnosed a block in the blood vessels of the kidney and recommended immediate surgery. Since the family is very poor, they took him to a government hospital, where he has been under treatment for the past 4 months.

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Nursing School Fee for Ann Mary

Ann Mary from Kannur, Kerala needs our financial support to start her Nursing degree. Her father is a rubber tapping worker earning less than Rs.4000 a month, mother is a house wife, elder sister is working as a nurse in Delhi and elder brother is doing his degree course.The family already has a loan of Rs. 4 lakh taken for her sister’s education, which she’s paying off from her salary. Her dad’s salary is not enough to sustain their household expenses along with Ann’s education. Total fee for 1st year BSc Nursing comes to Rs. 92,000 including tuition, hostel and food.

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