Success! Rose from Kenya raised $941 to fund a fracture repair after a fall.

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Rose's treatment was fully funded on February 5, 2022.
  • Rose's story
  • Rose's update
January 10, 2022

Photo of Rose post-operation

March 11, 2022

Rose underwent a fracture repair after a fall.

Rose underwent a successful surgery on her left upper limb after sustaining an open fracture. She was filled with great joy after receiving ...

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Rose's Timeline

  • January 10, 2022

    Rose was submitted by Edward Mugane, Impact Assessment Coordinator at African Mission Healthcare.

  • January 11, 2022

    Rose received treatment at AIC Kapsowar Hospital in Kenya. Medical partners often provide care to patients accepted by Watsi before those patients are fully funded, operating under the guarantee that the cost of care will be paid for by donors.

  • January 14, 2022

    Rose's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • February 5, 2022

    Rose's treatment was fully funded.

  • March 11, 2022

    Rose's treatment was successful. Read the update.

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Happiness's baby is a newborn who is barely two weeks old. Happiness and her husband, James, have been blessed with a new baby, expanding their family to two children. They reside in Morombo, located in the Arusha region of Tanzania. Happiness is a stay-at-home mother managing the household and caring for their children, while James works diligently on their farm to provide food and sells surplus harvests for additional income. In addition to farming, James seeks casual day jobs to supplement their finances, yet despite their efforts, they find their income insufficient to cover all expenses. At times, they struggle to afford medical bills, particularly when faced with a poor harvest, making providing adequate meals for the family challenging. Happiness's baby was born with clubfoot of both feet, causing his feet to twist inward and downward. Concerned for their son’s future, the parents sought advice from the attending doctor, who recommended seeking treatment, as the condition is treatable. They were referred to our medical partner's care center for help. Clubfoot is a condition in which the foot is twisted out of shape. This causes difficulty walking and even wearing shoes. Fortunately, Happiness traveled to visit our medical partner's care center, Kafika House. There, the team will begin clubfoot treatment on February 16th. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare, is requesting $935 to fund Happiness's baby's clubfoot repair. After treatment and as he grows, the baby will be able to wear shoes and walk properly. Happiness says: “I want my baby to grow up with normal feet and never bear the burden of the condition he is born with.”

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