A Child’s Call for Sponsorship
Khadija Janane, a young girl from Morocco, extends her gratitude to the leaders of Anouar Association for Development and Solidarity in Ait Faska for providing financial support to cover for her medical operation. Khadija, who lost her capacity to hear has undergone a cochlear implant.
Khadija’s life has changed dramatically and is happy to share the news that she is now one of the top students in her area. There are many children like Khadija who are suffering with loss of hearing and there are many who, like her, deserves our attention and support. Let us give them that chance.
Show God’s love to a child in need
Khadija is knocking at your good hearts to help her fellow kids to also be treated for their hearing loss.
There are currently three other young deserving kids, Siham Ijiji 6, Ayoub Emmadi 10, Amina Essaih 18, who are waiting to receive the same form of blessing through the help of Anouar Association. But the full cost of cochlear implant is expensive considering the surgery and post operation fees, hence, we need your monetary assistance.
How Cochlear Implant works?
The Cochlear Implant is an electronic medical device that replaces the function of the damaged inner ear, designed to restore hearing to individuals with severe to profound sensorineural hearing loss. Unlike hearing aids, which make sounds louder, cochlear implants do the work of damaged parts of the inner ear (cochlea) to provide sound signals to the brain.
The cochlea is the part of the inner ear that converts sound waves into nerve signals which the brain processes as hearing. The cochlea is lined with thousands of sensory cells, known as hair cells which detect sound waves and send sound information as nerve signals through the auditory nerve of the brain. For individuals with severe-to-profound sensorineural hearing loss, most of these hair cells do not function normally and are not able to send these nerve signals properly. A cochlear implant system bypasses these non-functioning hair cells by using electrical pulses to send sound signals directly to the auditory nerve.
For direct financial aid, please visit Anouar Association’s official website for more information on how you can help.