Children in the Philippines who live in extreme poverty lack access to quality healthcare. They are often denied assistance and are unable to afford necessities to improve their quality of life. 4-year-old Yuhan was born with an imperforate anus. (An imperforate anus is a birth defect that means that a baby has an improperly developed anus, and therefore can't pass stool normally from their rectum.) Yuhan had emergency surgery to place a colostomy shortly after he was born. (A colostomy is a surgical procedure that brings one end of the large intestine out through the abdominal wall.) The stoma (opening) of Yuhan's colostomy has prolapsed a large portion of his bowel is now hanging outside his body. Like most little boys, Yuhan loves to run and play. But he is unable to do so because his colostomy bag leaks and comes loose when he does. He needs to have two further surgeries - the first to form an anus and the second to reconnect his bowel. It may be possible for these surgeries to be done at the same time, but it will not be known for certain until surgery is underway. Yuhan's family have no way to pay for his expensive surgery, but they are desperate to improve the quality of life of their son. To add to their worries, Yuhan tested positive for COVID during his pre-op assessments. Thankfully he has only had minor symptoms and is recovering well at home in quarantine. As soon as he is cleared for surgery we want to be able to move quickly. Can you help us raise the funds needed for Yuhan's surgery?