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At Delight, we exist to ensure that children born with congenital disorders survive and get a real chance at living a meaningful life.
We support families, communities and rural healthcare facilities and profesionals to deliver the care children need to remain healthy.
Nearly 2 in 100 babies are born with a life-threatening condition. We help these babies access surgical aid necessary for them to survive and thrive.
Rural health workers play an important role in infant and maternal health. We provide rural health workers with specialized child-focused training.
Children who have received surgery need additional special care from families and communities. Delight supports child-centered health education.
In order to survive, the children we work with need everything from simple outpatient procedures to sophisticated open heart surgeries.
All the support you give helps us to keep more children alive.
Bridget Mwebesa was diagnosed with a congenital heart shortly after birth. She will receive surgery in India.
Joanna M. was diagnosed with Wilm’s tumor and two other less serious conditions. She needs urgent surgery.
Vianney was diagnosed with a large VSD in infancy. He's slated to have surgery in Israel.
Boniface Emochu was diagnosed with advanced inguinal hernia. He has been booked for surgery in India.
Gladys was diagnosed with infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis. She underwent surgery on 18th October 2018.
Playful Alex Ssenfuma was diagnosed with congenital heart disease at 6 months. He will receive cardiac surgery in India.
Doreen Magoba was diagnosed with congenital cataracts and other congenital disorders. She will receive in India.
Looking for an beautiful way to spread the joy and love of the season? Each year, we receive hundreds of requests for urgent surgical aid. Give a child a a chance to receive life-saving surgery and help make this holiday season special for the entire family!