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(Toledo News Now) -
donates supplies to areas in need after a disaster strikes, but that's not all.
The non-profit organization also works to save the lives of children around the
to them, a young girl from Africa will receive a life-saving surgery.
doesn't talk much, but she loves to smile and play. She couldn't do those
things in Tanzania because she looks different.
months ago, 10-year-old Esther walked through her home village with her head
down, but she still caught the eye of Maumee pediatrician Dr. Gary Gladieux.
walked up to her and started tickling her and playing with her," Dr. Gladieux
said. "And I saw her smile and I noticed what was wrong."
has a congenital jaw defect. She has a hard time speaking and eating, and only
weighs 40 pounds.
in Tanzania, apparently, children like this are shunned," Gladieux explained. "There
are so many things here that I can't fix, but we can fix this if we bring her
to the States."
took six months and a lot of work from numerous groups, including ISOH/IMPACT,
but Esther arrived here in mid May.
has just came around and tried to love her and take care of her," said
ISOH/IMPACT President Linda Green. "She's receiving a lot of love and care, and
this brings hope to the people of Tanzania."
will receive her surgery in July – for free.
this surgery, she would probably die within a few years," Dr. Gladieux said. "She
has been an outcast her entire life because of this, and now that it's going to
be fixed, she's going to fit right in and we anticipate she will do great
things with her life."