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Susan Brown
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Raised: $1,500 | Target: $3,000 | Left: $1,500

  • Contributions$1,500
  • Donors8
  • Comments3
Obstetric fistula is a childbirth injury that is treatable and preventable but still impacts more than 2 million women worldwide! Mostly women living in rural villages in sub-saharan African. They are slipping through the cracks of global health funding and they need our support to be found, get surgery and social emotional support. For every woman with fistula who receives surgery to repair her fistula, at least 50 women go without treatment. We can change this, one woman at a time.
             Immaculate became pregnant at the age of 15 and successfully delivered a son after a difficult labor at home that lasted three days, leaving her with a fistula. After five years of loneliness and ridicule for her condition, Immaculate left home with her son to live with a childhood friend. At the age of 21 she was referred for fistula treatment to One By One's Uganda partner -- TERREWODE. Following a successful repair, she completed advanced tailoring training through the TERREWODE Women's Economic Empowerment and Self-Reliance Reintegration Centre. Now 22 years old, Immaculate proudly calls herself a fashion designer.
“My family now respects me,” Immaculate says. Based on her tenacity and the garments she makes, her future in the industry is bright. When asked whether she wants to get married she says, “To talk of marriage, I don’t feel like getting married at this time. I would like first to achieve my goal, because without, I can’t make it.”
Between now and the end of the year, we plan to raise $150,000 to fund outreach, surgical treatment and residential reintegration for 235 women & girls living with obstetric fistula in rural areas of Uganda. With your help through this online campaign, we hope to raise the funds for at least 36 of these women by #GivingTuesday on November 28.
   Recent Activity
Kristin Tolly donated $100 on 12/30/2017
Nancy Brown donated $300 on 12/20/2017
KGibson donated $100 on 12/17/2017
Michael and Aimee Brown donated $200 on 12/14/2017
by Anonymous donated $50 on 11/28/2017
Caroline Flaster Taverner donated $100 on 11/6/2017
Thanks Susan for leading us in this initiative. Prayers for healthy women across the globe.
Wendy Thompson Shearer donated $100 on 11/5/2017
Thank you Susan Cricket Brown for raising money to help so many young mothers. So they can be healthy to raise their children.
Hope donated $550 on 11/2/2017
I love the mission of this organization!