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The Hippopotamus is considered by many to be the most dangerous animal in the world. They Kill about 500 people in Africa each year.

Man’s life nearly claimed by hippo

On the night of his mother’s burial, Isaac went outside after dark and thought he saw a cow. Instead, he came face to face with a wild African beast—a hippopotamus. The hippo’s rage resulted in multiple injuries.

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Isaac, survivor of hippo attack.

Thankfully, Isaac escaped. But he faced a long recovery from a dislocated hip, a four-rib fracture, an injured spine, and multiple wounds, some around two inches deep.

Isaac endured an eight-month hospital stay and had no money for another surgery coming up. With supporters’ funds, CAM helped pay the hospital bill for him.

When emergencies like Isaac’s occur, poverty-stricken families and individuals often find themselves destitute. Project Good Samaritan reaches out to people with pressing needs in various countries, bringing hope and help to people in a critical time of need.

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