Save a child from Hydrocephalus through Rickmes Foundation

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Humanity needs help and most people have taken it upon themselves to do the needful. Where little to no help is offered, some individuals and groups champion the cause to set things right with donations and humanitarian acts.

Hydrocephalus is a medical condition that happens mostly in children. It is the accumulation of fluid in the brain leading to an enlargement of the head and sometimes causing brain damage. The cost involved in treating children with this illness is quite steep and most parents are not able to foot the bill.

It is with this in mind that the Rickmes Foundation here in Ghana has taken it upon themselves to help raise awareness on Hydrocephalus. They also seek to champion a cause to aid children affected by Hydrocephalus to get the needed medical treatment.

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The costly nature of the treatment demands an all-hands-on-deck approach. The Rickmes Foundation therefore appeals to the general public to help with at least $1 to help cater for the treatment of 10 children. 

The foundation has targeted these 10 children to undergo surgical operation at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi and the public’s support of the cause is pivotal in its success. If moved by the plight of these young ones, you can send your donations via the following means.

How to donate

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Cal Bank Account:  14000004714662

Mobile Money Number: +233 558 531 135

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