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Make an Impact in Diane Kwemain’s Life
Ms. Diane Kwemain is a beautiful and gentle soul. On July 27, 2018, she celebrates her 13th birthday and with your support, you can make a tremendous impact on her life!
Regrettably, Diane will not be celebrating her early teenage year in her home country of Cameroon with her family, classmates, and friends. She has been hospitalized for almost a year in Belgium.
Diane was diagnosed with Scoliosis (an abnormal curve in the spine). After a month of initial treatment, she developed a respiratory problem that led her to stay in the intensive care unit for more than 3 months. She was then transferred to a respiratory re-education center in Inkendaal, Belgium.
Further complications occurred with respiratory depression due to “myopathy,” affecting the growth of her limbs. Her physicians have proposed a 12-hour surgery as the remedy for her current condition.
Diane Kwemain is the only daughter and second child of the charismatic 2010 JCI President who made an impact in the lives of so many young adults all over the world and he recently authored a book entitled the “Impact of One.”
In light of the above, we kindly request and solicit your financial assistance to the Kwemain family to help with the burden of the medical costs for Diane. We pray for her well-being and quick recovery so she can celebrate her 13th birthday with her family and friends on July 27.
We are certain that we can count on you in order to demonstrate our belief in the JCI Creed “that service to humanity is the best of life,” and that the impact of one is relevant when each one of us has the capacity to make a positive impact!
Thank you for your support and kind attention.
Respectfully signed by,
Paschal Dike, 2016 JCI World President
Nousrina Peerbux, JCI Senate Chair, Africa & the Middle East
Desmond Alufohai, Past JCI Executive Director