Sick Pikin Project Appeals for Financial Support to Save Mohamed Fofanah & Baby Aminata Medma Kargbo

By Amin Kef (Ranger)

The Sick Pikin Project is passionately seeking financial assistance  to help foot the medical bills of a ten year old boy, Mohamed Fofanah and a girl by the name of Baby Aminata Medma Kargbo both who are chronically ill and need urgent medical attention and treatment.

Mohamed Fofanah, a ten year old boy, had been suffering from a Muliloculated Cyst Lesion for several months. Muliloculated cystic is a rare benign renal tumor characterized by a typically unilateral, solitary,  cystic mass consisting of small, non-communicating cysts with flat, cuboidal or hobnail epithelial lining. It is a condition that has been causing him a great deal of pain and discomfort as well as affecting his daily life.

Mohamed had always been an active and outgoing child, but the pain and discomfort has caused him to shy away as he is always feeling weak, to even go the rest room is a burden.  He will toss and turn all throughout the night as his hardened protruding stomach discomfort him greatly. Besides, he is unable to do the things he loved such as playing football as any other child would do and has even stopped going to school due to provocation and because of his protruding stomach he is been labeled by so many disgusting names by his peers and elders of his village.

Mohamed’s family has taken him to several health facilities in the provinces but no solutions were proffered until they reached the Sick Pikin Project, which contacted Dr. Lebbie whom has consented to do his surgery for an estimated sum of Thirteen Thousand Leones (Le 13,000)

His pre medical review was funded by a kind gentleman named Claude Sellu who has also equally pledged to cover the projected cost of additional 4,000 for Mohamed’s medication.

The family members of Mohamed are reaching out to kindhearted people, through the Sick Pikin Project, for help in raising funds to cover the cost of his treatment with the conviction that with the right medical care, Mohamed can recover from his condition and live a healthy and fulfilling life.

According to the Sick Pikin Project , a difference in the life of the young boy come onboard to  help him overcome his challenging medical condition.

Any donation, no matter how small, will make a significant difference in Mohamed’s life and provide hope for a brighter future. To be a part of the blessing in saving Mohamed, you can contact the Sick Pikin Project or make your donations through any of their various means as will be listed.

In another case,  the life of four (4) months old Baby Aminata Medma Kargbo continues to hang in the balance as the total amount of Seventeen Thousand Leones (NLe 17,000.00) is needed for her surgery to be done and the Sick Pikin Project  has already raised the sum of Ten thousand Leones (NLe 10,000) from an anonymous donor who was touched by Baby Aminata’s story and decided to give a helping hand.

However, the Sick Pikin Project is still on the tussle to raise the remaining seven thousand Leones (NLe 7,000) to end the suffering of the little angel.  Whatever little can be given will help the organization  as it intends to do immediate intervention because the situation of Baby Aminata is getting worse on a daily basis.

The Sick Pikin accepts donations through the following means below:

To Donate in the United States of America: 

CashApp:  $sickpikin

973 432-6822


Zelle: 9734326822

To donate in the United Kingdom: 

Account name: Sick Pikin Baby Project

Acc #: 90852929 Sort Code 205776

Barclays Bank

In Sierra Leone: 

Account name: Sick Babies Donation Account

Account number: 002001002101164778

Rokel Commercial Bank


Account name: Sick Baby’s Donation Account

Account Number: 4110173000

BBAN: 01200141101730033

Bank Zenith Bank

Africell money: 088230000  Afrimoney Code 68370

Orange money: 076722736 / 076793010

The World over: 


To Contact them in Sierra Leone:

Tel: +23276722736/+23276793010


Address: 19 Savage Street, Freetown,

Sierra Leone.



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