Sponsor a South Sudanese Medic in Imvepi Camp, Northern Uganda
About Kalule Mastaki
Kakule Mastaki is 34 years old and is a father of one child. He is a Lubero citizen. He and his father went to Kamango to cultivate. During their stay in Kamango, it was attacked by the Allied Democratic Force (ADF). They decided to flee, but unfortunately, they fled in the direction where the ADF was positioned. Mastaki was shot in the leg; his father was shot dead.
After realizing his father had died, Mastaki laid down in a waterway all night until morning came. The next day, Mastaki was taken to the village health center, and his father was buried. Three days later, Mastaki left Kamango to Eringeti, fleeing the new ADF attack. From Eringeti, he took a taxi to join his home land, Lubero, Because he had no money, Mastaki went six months without having his bullet wound treated.
It was at the beginning of the Lubero hospital project that Global Refuge met Mastaki. After investigating whether or not he was a rebel, Global Refuge decided to take charge of his treatment. He received surgery at the Lubero hospital. Since his surgery, he is feeling much better. We think that God will help for his total recovery.
For GRI - DR Congo,
The Project Director
IV Stands in DRC - $15/each, 75 needed
Global Refuge has an opportunity to rehabilitate an unusable hospital in an area of active fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo. GRI needs 75 IV stands that will be valuable to treating patients.
$30 - Mattresses for the Kipese Hospital
Global Refuge has an opportunity to rehabilitate an unusable hospital in an area of active fighting in the Democratic Republic of Congo. GRI needs 75 mattresses to help reopen an inpatient ward.
$1,500 -Imvepi Placenta Pit
The Imvepi clinic was built as a temporary clinic by Doctors Without Borders in 2017. Due to lack of proper disposal of placentas, the Imvepi clinic is unable to properly deliver babies. Once this pit is dug, we can open the doors for a busy delivery room!
$1,500 - Motorbike
Global Refuge DRC staff will use this motorbike to access patients in difficult areas where roads are impassable.