Manuel and his wife Luz are disciples from Nicaragua. He was baptized 24 years ago and Luz got baptized 21 years ago. They are proud parents of a four-year-old son. Unfortunately, four years ago, Luz was diagnosed with positive HPV (Human Papillomavirus). Luz started experiencing pelvic pain three years ago, while at the same time, Manuel showed symptoms like a burning sensation during urination and warts in some parts of his lower body. Upon visiting a doctor, they were advised to undergo an HPV DNA test as it was suspected that Manuel might have HPV. Manuel works as a technician, repairing refrigerators and air conditioning units, while Luz earns a basic wage. However, due to the expensive cost of the HPV DNA test, Manuel has not received any treatment and is unsure if the virus can be treated. Since both lack the resources and insurance to cover the medical expenses, so they are seeking financial support from ETF. The requested amount will be used to cover the cost of the HPV DNA test for both Manuel and Luz, so they can determine if the virus is still curable. Any amount of financial assistance is greatly appreciated.