Master Oluwasegun Oluwadamilare Arowolo

Arowolo Oluwadamilola journey happens to be a compelling one. She came on board when she was four months pregnant. She was just healing from the recent loss of her baby who died due to foetal distress. At the time we came across her, the husband had just lost his job and she was not working as well. The future of the baby and the journey of the pregnancy looked bleak. When narrating her previous experience we realized she had lost two babies at birth due to foetal distress which resulted from lack of proper medical care. The first thing our foundation did was to ensure she received comprehensive medical care. In addition, she received a regular feeding allowance, baby items for delivery, and post-delivery and counseling as required. It was discovered that she had a small cervix which could pose a threat to the survival of the baby if she attempted natural delivery because this could stress the baby, a condition referred to as foetal distress, little wonder she lost the two babies. This information necessitated the need for an elective cesarian section in the 38th week. The Cesearian section was paid for by the foundation. The surgery was postponed till the next week because of the nationwide strike which disrupted the hospital system. On the 19th of September, the surgery was carried out successfully. VSF was able to help Mrs Arowolo have a successful pregnancy and delivery. Mother and child are healthy and thriving.

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Arowolo Oluwadamilola journey happens to be a compelling one. She came on board when she was four months pregnant. She was just healing from the recent loss of her baby who died due to foetal distress. At the time we came across her, the husband had just lost his job and she was not working as well. The future of the baby and the journey of the pregnancy looked bleak. When narrating her previous experience we realized she had lost two babies at birth due to foetal distress which resulted from lack of proper medical care. The first thing our foundation did was to ensure she received comprehensive medical care. In addition, she received a regular feeding allowance, baby items for delivery, and post-delivery and counseling as required. It was discovered that she had a small cervix which could pose a threat to the survival of the baby if she attempted natural delivery because this could stress the baby, a condition referred to as foetal distress, little wonder she lost the two babies. This information necessitated the need for an elective cesarian section in the 38th week. The Cesearian section was paid for by the foundation. The surgery was postponed till the next week because of the nationwide strike which disrupted the hospital system. On the 19th of September, the surgery was carried out successfully. VSF was able to help Mrs Arowolo have a successful pregnancy and delivery. Mother and child are healthy and thriving.

COMING SOON!

COMING SOON!

COMING SOON!

COMING SOON!

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