Meet Janet Nama, 36 and mother of one, she vividly remembers her pregnancy and painfully details the devastating aftermath.She suffered obstetric fistula for two years.

The now bubbly and beneficiary of our comprehensive rehabilitation and reintegration program says the surgery she underwent a year ago at Cherangany nursing hospital, a treatment facility funded by the charity Fistula Foundation not only fixed her fistula but gave her self-esteem a major boost. She’s among the eight who are taking a hairdressing course at our Mumias center.Women And Development Against Distress In Africa(WADADIA) is committed to helping recovering fistula clients through their healing journey and helping rebuild their lives. To support our work, visit https://wadadia-nonprofits.org/donate/ your donations go directly to help rebuild the lives of women we serve. Thanks you.

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