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Need: Help : A Somali Refugee Child with Rare Skin Cancer Condition needs immediate treatment

Name : Amena Seedu Noor Mohammed

Amena had a genetic skin disease that was not cured or even diagnosed and this caused skin cancer. She needs skin check ups and special diagnosis and unfortunately they are not available in Yemen.Skin Cancer is treated by Radiation , but the type of Radiation in Yemen is very hard on children. Thus , Amena needs to be treated outside Yemen by the suitable radiation. Cancer has affected one of her eyes , and now she bare;y can see with one eye.She lives with her grandmother in an urban camp of refugees in Yemen with terrible living conditions.

With your contribution , Amena will keep smiling , but a healthy smile ,free of cancer .

For more information about her story , please contact the following :

Amana Haji Hassan (Amena's grandmother) Speaks only Somali : +967-737518611

Or You can Contact in English via Email :


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