EP5,000 Needed to Save Little Egyptian Boy's Life
A little boy playing near his home in Egypt fell three meters on his head, causing paralysis in his lower half of his body.
Doctors said the fall caused blood clots in the head, requiring an emergency operation that costs EP5,000 ($1,470). The mother doesn't have power and the father is old and unemployed. The child's situation is deteriorating, causing his parents heart to fill with sadness. The Egyptian daily, Al Alam Al Youm, reports the following contact information for contributions:
Ahmed Afifi, editor of human affairs:
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