Japhet was born with clubfoot in Niger. He’s now 8-years-old, walking free of disability and attending school like other kids his age!
Please join us as a sponsor of our inaugural Evening of Hope, May 27, 2021, 8 p.m. EST. Your sponsorship will help us reach our goal of raising $60,000 for our clubfoot program in Niger. Japhet is a great example. He is the son of the Hope Walks program manager in Niger and one of the first children treated in our program. Today he walks free from the burden of clubfoot thanks to generous partners like you!
All donations are appreciated! We are so grateful for your support. For questions, please contact Isaac Williams, Donor Relations Coordinator, at email@example.com
Clubfoot is a birth defect that twists the foot downward and inward, making walking difficult or impossible. While it cannot be prevented, it can be corrected.
We use the Ponseti method, the gold standard of clubfoot treatment. The process involves weekly casting for four to eight weeks followed by braces to maintain the correction up to about age 5.
We pair quality clubfoot treatment with compassionate care from counselors (called parent advisors), all while empowering local healthcare workers and educating parents and caregivers.