Leonie & Jojo ☟
This is the story of Leonie, a lioness mum of a little clubfoot girl called Josephine. Leonie looked for help when help seemed impossible. Not only she found it but she followed every step required for her baby to get her feet straight, no matter how challenging. Leonie has my respect as a clubfoot mum myself and also as a friend.
Thank you Rosalind Owen at global clubfoot.org, Dr Kombeng at Kundiawa Hospital and the people that generously donated to help this little girl, on the other side of the world, be able to walk one day.
Humanity & Inclusion ☟
500 donation copies of "One in 1000" in English, Tamil and Sinhalese were printed in Colombo, Sri-Lanka. We've given some to Humanity & Inclusion - Clubfoot Program and will be donating the rest to other hospitals offering free Ponseti treatments ☺
Today, we've received 50 books in each language (Tamil, Sinhala and English). Appreciate your excellent work on this. In the coming weeks, it's going to be given to families who have children with clubfoot.
Thanks & Regards
Rehabilitation Project Manager
Club Foot, Program - Sri Lanka
Rayan finally received his book in Ahvaz, Iran. I'm so happy to have an Iranian little warrior in our world photo gallery ☺
Translators & Sound ☟
A HUGE thank you to all translators and narrators ♡
Sergio Ortiz Alcón - Spanish
Marion Pannier - French
Robert Hite, Karsten Lemm and Sandra Knispel - German
Katya Ceci Ribeiro - Portuguese
Cristina Fedi - Italian
Fredrik Nordbeck - Swedish
Sachiko Hiraishi - Japanese
Michael Deeban Emmanuel - Tamil
Buddhi Prasadini Perera - Sinhalese
Samuel Akopian - Russian
Jamie Masters - English (voice and music)
Andy Sherriff - sound
Mariluz Maldonado - Spanish (voice)
Béatrice Sarno - French (voice)
We managed to achieve the Gofundme goal to get Misael from Paraguay a much needed tenotomy surgery. Diana Ferreira from Piecitos Guerreros reached out to us through Facebook. She is doing an amazing job in her spare time raising awareness and helping clubfoot kids and families. ♡
Insta Live ☟
A big shout out to La Fundación Huellas de Guerreros in Colombia. It was fun to be part of the Insta live with the head of the organisation, Ximena Botero.
We sent a copy of "One in 1000" all the way to Russia where the book is sadly still unavailable. He's our first and very handsome Russian baby in the gallery. ☺
As "One in 1000" grows, I strive to grow with it, by helping others, which is the very reason this book came about.
A percentage of the book and shop sales will be invested to raise awareness and help with donations.