The Global Medical Relief Foundation (GMRF) has recently provided medical care for a 5-month-old baby from Swaziland. GMRF is a non-profit foundation founded in 1997 to help children who have lost the use of eyes or limbs or have been injured due to war and natural disasters.
Andiswa Jele, a five-month baby, was dumped into pit latrine and burned by her mother. Andi has been receiving treatments for her lip, right hand, left elbow and her breathing problem at Staten Island University Hospital (SIUH). On May 30, she will return to her orphanage “Heart for Africa” in Swaziland and her treatments will continue there. The doctors in the USA will continue monitoring her.
Photos by Global Medical Relief Fund