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Chase Adam

MONTHLY DONORConnecting people at Watsi

United States   •   Born on September 22

Chase's Story

Chase joined Watsi on March 12th, 2013. Five years ago, Chase became the 335th member to automatically support a new Watsi patient every month. Since then, 5,253 more people have become monthly donors! Chase's most recent donation traveled 8,500 miles to support Josephine, a young girl from Kenya, to fund knee surgery.

Teams

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Watsi

14 members

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Watsi OGs

6 members

Impact

Chase has funded healthcare for 305 patients in 16 countries.

All patients funded by Chase

Iqram

Iqram is a young boy from Tanzania. Iqram is a two-year-old boy, the only child to his parents, who struggles to stretch his right hand due to a burn scar contractures. The playful boy was playing with his friends when he went back to his mother's house and by accident, fell on hot milk sustaining burns on his right side, especially his right hand. He spent a month in the hospital where the wounds were nursed and successfully healed. However, his right elbow skin healed with contractures. The contractures restrain Iqram's ability to fully stretch and use his hand. The family has not been able to raise funds for a contracture release surgery, but their hope for help remains. Iqram's father is a casual labourer at a factory and his mother a housewife. Their income is little to meet the treatment cost. They hope to have Iqram's hand released and be able to use it with ease especially when he joins the school. Iqram's aunt referred them to our facility when she learnt of an outreach program and upon review, he had contracture release recommended. Iqram's parents appeal for financial assistance Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Iqram receive treatment. On September 27th, surgeons at their care center will perform a burn contracture release surgery to The surgery will allow Iqram to fully stretch his hand, restoring ability to utilize it. Now, he needs help to fund this $832 procedure. Iqram’s mother says, “My son’s life will be very challenging if he not able to have his hand corrected please help him."

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