On March 13, 2021, we received a cry for help from a college instructor in his forties, who was injured by fire in a transport bus and gasoline truck accident on January 27, 2021, while going to teach students at Dschang (West Cameroon).
On one of the video and picture of the burned survivor there is a lack of proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) around a 3rd degree burned patient in his hospital room and after 3 months post injury the wound still expose to deadly infection"NO GLOVES WERE WORN AROUND A THIRD DEGREE BURNED PATIENT
By seeing almost 55-60 % of this survivor body burned to 2-3 degree, and imagining the pain he bears, no one deserves to go through what this man is going through now.
Therefore we are asking any one in this world with compassion to fund the transfer and treatment of those who require extensive treatment such as this father to South Africa hospital, which is the closest level one trauma hospital in Africa. Those funds will go to cover all expenses of the critical burned survivor for 1-year or more and will also help other burned survivors of the same accident to medically heal their wound and skin better. This page is being set up with the hope that, as human beings, we can help not only to alleviate some of the financial burden of those survivors, but also support their healing by praying to GOD.
This deadly accident happened In Cameroon, an underdeveloped country located in Central Africa. On the night of January 27, 2021. There was a collision between an interurban transport bus of 70+ passengers and a gasoline truck at the Cliff of Dschang, Western Cameroon that left 53-55 people burned to death and 29 Survivors seriously injured.
There are many challenges ahead that survivors will face with healing, extensive physical, and occupational therapy, and coming to terms with their new normal.
We were able to obtain a list of 29 survivors living with a difficult medical condition, and also we already contacted the management of the level one trauma center in south Africa, which is closer to Cameroon (only a 4-5 hour flight from Cameroon instead of a 24 hour flight to America).
Draft of General care’s expenses
- Paying the rest of hospital bill in Cameroon if not paid prior to transfer
- Paying for SPECIAL AIR TRANSPORT including one to two medical staff to assist survivor from Cameroon to the South Africa hospital NM, which is the closer best Level One Trauma Center in Africa, with accreditation by the Trauma Society of South Africa.
- Paying the regular flight ticket for the medical staffs to return to Cameroon
- Paying inpatient stay fees at the South Africa Medical Center
- Paying inpatient medical treatment, procedure, including MD (Medical Doctor) fees for at least 5months to 1 year
- Paying the rehabilitation Care
- Paying Survivor flight ticket back to Cameroon
- Supporting the burned survivors families, and the beloved family of the deceased
NB: For 1 month, please grant 1 minute of silence to all the dead burned in this accident of January 27, 2021 in Cameroon. If this fundraising reach Millions Dollars plus, the donor of the most high amount will be free toconvey condolences physically to the beloved families of the deceased.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT TO HELPLESS