Humanity Direct donors covered the entire £651 bill for Emmanuel’s treatment. When Emmanuel first came to Haydom Hospital doctors thought he had leprosy because his feet where in such a bad way. After referral to a specialist and lots of test it was discovered that Emmanuel actually had bone cancer and he would need to have his toes amputated and a lot of treatment to ensure his wounds healed. Emmanuel’s parents both died a couple of years ago leaving him in the care of his grandmother. Emmanuel’s grandmother simply didn’t have the kind of money to cover such extensive medical treatment. Thanks to everyone who donated we’re now awaiting an update on how Emmanuel’s wounds have healed. Once that’s happened he’ll be able to have prosthetics fitted. A huge thanks to everyone who donated and we’ll keep you up to date on his progress.