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THIS PAGE EXEMPLIFIES THE TYPE OF AID THIS ORGANIZATION WILL PROVIDE, WHAT WE'VE ACCOMPLISHED, AND WHAT WE WILL CONTINUE TO STRIVE HIGHER FOR. THESE CASES WILL BE CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED TO PROVIDE DONORS WITH CONSTANT FEEDBACK. 


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Oswald Subratie of Bartica, Guyana, was infected with malaria and recently underwent treatment, subsequently, he suffered a life threatening infection, which caused his body to deteriorate rapidly.  He has since lost 2/3 of his body weight and is at risk of dying. Read Oswald's Story


At just 22 months old, Omkar has been diagnosed with Retinoblastoma (cancer of the eye). He has since lost his left eye to the disease and he is at a very high risk of losing his right eye, and possibly his life. Read Omkar's Story


September 2015, 40 year-old mother of 3 children and nurse at Georgetown Public Hospital (GPHC), Richlene Amsterdam, was diagnosed with invasive squamous cell carcinoma of the cervix stage III A. Read Richlene's Story


On June 17, 2013, a then 12-year-old Bhojpaul Ramjas was admitted to Georgetown Public Hospital with deep flash burns to 36% of his body. Read Bhojpaul's Story


Carlos Domingo of Whitewater Village, Barima-Waini broke his arm when he was 7 years-old. Read Carlos' Story


On April 23, 2016, 15-month-old Devin Bishoondial was admitted to Georgetown Public Hospital's Pediatric Surgical Unit with a diagnosis of 50% deep second and third degree burns to his body. Read Devin's Story


On October 28, 2015, SHEA picked up the case of Mahadeo Mohan. Mahadeo was a farmer with a life threatening heart condition. Because of his past medical condition his doctors advised him to undergo bypass surgery or his next heart attack could kill him. Read Mahadeo's Story


In October, 2014, Samantha Persaud, a pregnant woman, was diagnosed with hypertension (high blood pressure). She was shuffled from hospital to hospital, eventually being discharged and sent home since the hospitals were unable to treat her issue. Read Samantha's Story


In January, 2012, Zeniha Loo, a six-year-old from Guyana, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Read Zeniah's Story