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Amuri Can Run, Thanks to You!

Arusha, Tanzania

Amuri doesn’t run and play like other children.

His mom explained, “My son has bowed legs. He falls all the time. He is always by my side and I often have to carry him. I went to a hospital for help, but learned surgery would cost more than I could ever afford. It pains me to see him struggle and know there is nothing I can do.”

When a neighbor told her about a hospital supported by Operation Blessing, Amuri’s mom reached out to us. Soon we arranged and paid for his surgery. It’s been just a few months, but Amuri’s already up and running.

“When I open the door in the morning, he rushes out to play,” said his mom. “His legs are much better, and he is so full of energy now. I am so happy to see him playing. As Amuri gets older and looks at his scars, I will tell him of his legs and how brave and strong he was. I will also tell him of the people who helped him. You’ve given him a normal life. My heart is filled with gratitude. Thank you!”

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