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Joy Danjuma lives in rural Kubwa with her grandmother. She was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia at the age of 5. Her parents abandoned her as they couldn’t cope with the challenges that came with her health condition due to their lack of finances. So, when they stopped making contact with Joy, her grandmother took her in full time to care for her and is her primary caregiver.  


Her life has been extremely hard for her without her parents; but also, she lives in abject poverty so living with sickle cell and the cost of care is extremely difficult.

Ma Danjuma, Joy’s grandmother says she is pleading with the local and national government of Nigeria and even individuals who hear her story to help her granddaughter, Joy because in her words “she is afraid that Joy won’t make it, and if the sickness doesn’t kill her, then starvation could’.

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