Kangkang was born last year, but due to aspiration of amniotic fluid, he experienced respiratory distress a few days after his birth and required emergency intervention twice.  Sadly, Kangkang's mother abandoned him, and he was admitted to our Haxi Children's Home.

Since then, Christian Action has sought medical advice on Kangkang's condition from overseas pediatricians. We sourced an appropriate ventilator for him and supplied infant formula from Hong Kong. Throughout these efforts, there were lots of prayers that Kangkang would have a chance to grow up healthy and in a safe, loving home.

Kangkang is now seven months old, and we are thankful that his condition has been stabilized.  The head of nursing who has taken care of Kangkang shared that he has been eating and sleeping well! This journey to health has not been without challenge. Kangkang had suffered a moderate brain injury due to lack of oxygen, but we remain committed to his care and will continue seeking the best medical care for him.

I know that Kangkang's story will help you see just how much your support is needed not just for Kangkang but for all the abandoned, disabled orphan children and youth living in Qinghai that Christian Action takes care of as if they were their very own.

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