Make a lasting impact by sponsoring a health service, providing vital medical care, rehabilitation, and support to disabled children and youth in need.
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Sponsoring a health service provides disabled children and youth with access to essential medical care, rehabilitation services, and support. It helps improve their quality of life, mobility, and overall well-being.
The health service sponsorship covers a range of services, including health awareness campaigns, disability awareness programs, provision of mobility aids, orthotics and prosthetics, wheelchairs, therapy, and possibly corrective surgeries to address deformities.
Once you decide to sponsor a health service, you will be paired with a specific disabled child or youth in need. You will receive a photograph and biographical information about your sponsored recipient. Regular updates on their progress through the rehabilitation program will also be provided.
Yes, you can communicate with your sponsored recipient through our program staff who are located in the field. They will facilitate the exchange of messages between you and your sponsored recipient.
In cases where the sponsorship funds are insufficient, OEI may seek additional sponsors to fill the gap and ensure all necessary services are provided. If there is an excess of funds, they may be utilized to support the rehabilitation of another disabled child or youth. OEI will inform donors of any such decisions via email.
The sponsorship commitment typically lasts as long as the disabled child or youth requires ongoing health services and support. However, you have the flexibility to discontinue your sponsorship at any time by notifying OEI.
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