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John developed a meningeal infection when he was only a day old. The infection led to paralysis and affected his speech. Because his Kenyan parents couldn’t afford therapy, John never learned to walk or talk. Each day, his mother carries him one mile to catch a taxi that takes him to school. Despite his condition, John has a pleasant attitude and smiles freely to those around him.

Through CAM’s Special Needs Fund, John is now able to receive therapy each week to learn how to walk and talk. This gives him potential to improve significantly. Thanks to generous supporters, John has the chance to live a more active life!


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