- A young Ghanaian mother is appealing for financial assistance for her nearly one-month-old baby's upkeep
- Regina, 18, lives in a flooded wooden structure with her baby and her mother who works as a janitor in people's homes
- In a video, the young lady bemoaned that they are exposed to mosquitoes, which has caused the baby to develop a worrying temperature
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A young Ghanaian mother identified only as Regina from the Volta Region of Ghana is appealing for financial assistance for her less than one-month-old baby's upkeep.
The 18-year-old mother lives in a flooded wooden structure with her newborn child and her mother who works as a janitor.
Poor living conditions affect child's health
Regina told Etwereso Hemaa Official that the baby was unwell when the Ghanaian philanthropist visited her in the shabby house.
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''Mosquitoes have bitten her [the baby]. She is sick and feeling hot,'' Regina said in response to a question about whether mosquitoes don't bite them.''
Appeal for financial help
Speaking to YEN.com.gh in a WhatsApp conversation, Etwereso Hemaa Official disclosed that people are not contributing to help as they continue to judge Regina.
''Very few people have shown concern after I appealed for support. I had to use my resources to get her some items.
''The baby needs help, and I am appealing to people to reach out so we can help the new mother and her baby,'' she told YEN.com.gh.
Kindly donate to Momo name Freda Oppong on 0240400208/O550034164.
Watch Regina's video below:
Ghanaian Granny of Twins with Dead Mom Gets Fully-Stocked Provision Shop
In a related story, YEN.com.gh reported that after appealing for help to cater to a set of twins whose mother died after giving birth, a grandmother has been provided with a fully-stocked provision shop and over GH¢30,000.
The birth mother of the twins died two weeks after delivering the adorable babies in the Central Region of Ghana.
The heart-wrenching story of the kids and their struggling grandmother, Madam Hawa, got the attention of Etwereso Hemaa Official, a philanthropist, born Freda Oppong.
Poor Parents Of Newborn Triplets Receive Over GH¢1,000, Food, Other Useful Items
In a similar story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that financially disadvantaged parents of newborn triplets in a village in Suhum Municipal District in the Eastern Region of Ghana have received help from dozens of people.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, social media influencer, Nana Tea, born James Annor Tetteh, said one Madam Michy told him about the babies.
''[She] sent me some triplets around her neighborhood that needed some help. Fortunately, madam Paulina from South Africa came to my inbox and wanted to bless either a twin or triplets,'' he said.
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