“God is good. All the time.” This is Roslyn’s praises as she is counting her blessings while recovering in Auckland New Zealand from her operation.
Earlier in May this year, a mother and her 5 year old child Roslyn, sought SVSG’s support for assistance towards their airfare to New Zealand for urgent medical treatment required for Roslyn. She was diagnosed with otitis media in the left ear and was slowly affecting her brains.
Donations from two good Samaritans from Australia, Kerrie Keen Shoesmith and Soteria Lauvi Sopoaga enabled SVSG to pay for the return airfares for the mother and her child.
Today, SVSG had received the good news that Roslyn had completed two operations on both ears, and both operations were successful.
The first operation was on her right ear. Doctors found an object inside it which was safely removed. The second operation was on her left ear. Doctors were able to remove a developed infection that was causing her severe headaches.
Our young hero Rosylyn is now recovering well at her auntie’s place in Auckland while doctors are continuing their regular check-ups on her until she is fully recovered and ready to come home.
Roslyn’s parents had expressed their gratitude to the donors for making Roslyn’s medical evacuation to New Zealand possible. They are expected to return home in September 2017.
“Thank you Kerrie Keen Shoesmith and Soteria Lauvi Sopoaga for your contributions towards Roslyn’s operation. To all of SVSG’s family of supporters, thank you for your prayers. Roslyn is now counting her blessings because of the power of prayer.” Siliniu Lina Chang, SVSG President.
President of SVSG Samoa