Sama comes from a small, remote village in India. His parents are daily wage workers in sugarcane fields. He has six sisters and two brothers.
A shy teenager, his hands are deformed by leprosy. Sama left school because the children were teasing him. So, he takes care of goats instead.
Eventually, Sama went to Vadala Mission Hospital where, thanks to your support, he received the cure and reconstructive hand surgery.
What’s more, he learned about the love of Jesus during daily prayer services. After the operation he is much happier and smiles a lot more. Sama says, “This surgery has made a big difference in my life, I am not embarrassed anymore.” He plans to go back to school to become a teacher.
Praise God for working through people like you to bring hope and healing to children like Sama.