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Funds For Koko A Fellow Scouter

Funds For Koko A Fellow Scouter

Personal message

Koko Bara Bazira is an active member of SCOUTS South Africa. As a fellow Scouter. Originally from the DRC, Koko made his way to South Africa in 2007. Since then he has built a stable life while working as the supervisor for a local backpackers hostel, furthered his skills in sailing by achieving his skippers license and is an active member of the community in Durban, South Africa including volunteering at RNYC sea rescue with the NSRI.

On the 20 Feb 2019, Koko started to experience abdominal pains and sought medical treatment in one of the Government hospitals. He contacted a Scouting friend, whose wife is a nurse. She instructed him to go straight to her recommended private hospital and met him there. The doctor examined him and confirmed he had an infected abscess and needed to have an operation immediately without attending to this the results would be fatal.

During the operation, the surgeons were able to remove the abscess and found further up in the bowel the abscess was emptying into the intestines causing necrosis (dying of healthy tissue causing septicemia). He faces a third operation in order to join the two ends of the intestine together so he can continue his life normal.

I am asking you to help an individual who always thinks of others and is an example of a great Scouting hero. May God bless you for your generosity and prayers.

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Koko Bara Bazira Medical Cause

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On the 20 Feb 2019, Koko started to experience abdominal pains and sought medical treatment in one of the Government hospitals. He contacted a Scouting friend, whose wife is a nurse. She instructed him to go straight to her recommended private hospital and met him there. The doctor examined him and confirmed he had an infected abscess and needed to have an operation immediately without attending to this the results would be fatal.