UPDATE on Baby Ifran

We are ecstatic to let the world know that after much waiting and challenges getting to India, Baby Ifran Leshan finally had his open heart surgery this past week. We will update more and provide pictures as we are able. Baby Ifran will be in the hospital for another 1-3 weeks depending on his recovery before returning to Kenya with his parents.

His father, Kuraru, said “I wish to sincerely thank my well wishers and donors for their continued support they gave my family at this trying moments that [we’re] facing. All my regards goes to 410 Bridge Kenya Chapter, under the leadership of country director Silvester Guuru. May you live to support many more needy cases.”

We thank God for the successful surgery and pray for the fast recovery of this tiny little warrior!

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