A little boy, barely four years old, needs the support for of citizens for treatment in the Child Hospital in Lima. He was left on September 2 at the door of the San Pedro de Tacna Children’s Village with his two brothers, 12 and 6 years old.
He minor suffers from onychogryposis on your fingernails and toenails. Is disease he does not allow her to wear shoes and causes her pain from the excessive thickness of her nails. The authorities in Tacna, who look after the minor, also reported that he has mental retardation, autism, visual impairment, acute malnutrition, microcephaly and difficulty communicating.
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The authorities have scheduled for this October 15 the child’s first trip to Lima for the corresponding evaluation by the health specialists. In this way, he can start his medical treatment.
People who wish to provide any kind of help can contact those in charge of the children’s village at the number 052-314760. They request, above all, economical support for the trip.
Currently in the San Pedro village 39 children live, of which 13 have some type of disability, so they are cared for by caregivers 24 hours a day.
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