Welbert and family
Christian lost his dear wife Sheila in July 2016 during a Caesarian section to deliver their third child, Walbert. The loss of income and emotional turmoil was overwhelming for Christian and the kids. In the year since, the HSF has been providing financial assistance to the family to help meet the kids' daily needs and provide nanny services. The financial support is ongoing, providing a much-needed lifeline to the struggling family.
Priscila and Princes
Priscila Gotah and Princes were born on September 13th, 2017. Their mother, Stella Fausti, tragically passed away three days later due to surgical complications. The twins have since been under the care of their retired grandparents, and HSF supports them with baby formula and diapers. The girls are currently enrolled in school and eager to learn. Any support to the twins will surely brighten their future
Fifi's mother tragically passed away from uncontrolled high blood pressure just three days after his birth. Adding to the heartbreak, his father abandoned him. Fortunately, with the help of HSF, Fifi was able to enroll in a preschool program for three academic years. Despite the challenges he has faced, Fifi is now a happy and joyful child.
Emmanuel, Eunice, and Emmanuella Kingsley
Emmanuel, Eunice, and Emmanuella are triplets who have been raised by their single father since May 2016. Sadly, their mother passed away unexpectedly after giving birth, making it incredibly difficult to care for them. However, HSF provided monthly remittance for the first eight months to cover the cost of an in-home nanny and baby formula. Afterwards, they began providing food supplements to assist with the ongoing care.
Since starting school in September 2018, HSF has generously supported the family by providing substantial payments towards the triplets' school fees, transportation, and feeding costs. Thanks to this support, all three children are happily attending Startrite Montessori School in Accra, Ghana.
Baah, Manu, and Gyapong
HSF sponsors three families in the Wasa Amenfi Municipal, located in the western region of Ghana. The Baah family, with twin babies, has been receiving support since they were only three weeks old and are now fourteen months old. The Maun family has been supported since their babies were two weeks old and are now 12 months old. The Gyapong family has been receiving support since the first week of their baby's birth and now their baby is four months old.
A monthly allowance is provided to the families through a social worker. This allowance is used to purchase baby formula, food supplements, diapers, soap, and detergents. In addition to the allowance, HSF has also donated clothing, shoes, and toys to the families.
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The Health Support Foundation (HSF) is a 501C US based organization that aims to reduce the economic and social burden of maternal mortality on surviving children from ages Zero to Seven years by providing financial, in-kind donation and counseling support to the affected family that needs such assistance.
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