23-year-old Shivneel Narayan in need of urgent overseas medical treatment

23-year-old Shivneel Narayan in need of urgent overseas medical treatment

By Iva Danford
Thursday 25/02/2021
[Photo Credit: Make a difference - Fiji]

Shivneel Narayan of Nakasi who is suffering from a brain haemorrhage is seeking urgent assistance to pay for his overseas medical treatment.

The 23-year-old was playing soccer with his friends in December last year when he suddenly started experiencing an excruciating headache which led to vomiting and loss of consciousness.

He was taken to the hospital where a series of tests confirmed that he suffered an Intra-ventricular Hemorrhage which is a weakness in a blood vessel in the brain that balloons and fills with blood.

The doctors in Fiji are strongly recommending to organize an immediate medical itinerary aboard for his medical condition.

Narayan is the only child in his family.

His treatment cost and airfare to either Australia or India are approximately US$50,000.

If you want to help Shivneel Narayan, you can donate through a GoFundMe page that has been set up for him, or you can donate funds to this worthy cause through Shivneel Narayan’s ANZ bank account number 12904399.

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