Today I went and visited an individual whom Wilson, the CEO of SAPEP, has been helping for the past week. Her name is Sandra and she is pictured here with her baby called Mary. As you can see Sandra is very young, although truth-be-told she doesn't know how old she actually is. Her mother died at birth and no-one has ever told her who her father is. Her husband has seemingly abandoned both her and her child when they recently moved to Monze and she doesn't know where he is or when he will be back. Finally, Sandra has been found to have both HIV and cancer.
Wilson met Sandra at the hospital in Monze last Thursday where she was receiving chemotherapy. As she lay on the hospital bed battling the violent drugs that are trying to save her life Mary was left alone. Sandra was too sick to tend to her, the staff were too busy to notice. Wilson has never been too busy to notice. He began demanding why no-one was looking after this young and vulnerable mother. Luckily for the staff at the hospital someone recognised Wilson and told them that they had better start doing something or the hospital would never hear the end of it.