Nya from Burma raised $1,500 to fund surgery to reset her fractured bones.

Nya
$1,500
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$0
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Fully funded
Nya's treatment was fully funded on February 7, 2024.
  • Nya's story
  • Nya's update
October 31, 2023

Photo of Nya post-operation

February 17, 2024

Nya underwent surgery to heal her fractured bones.

Since the surgery, Nya can look after herself. She can go to the bathroom without assistance and walk without crutches or a walker. The doct...

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Nya's Timeline

  • October 31, 2023
    PROFILE SUBMITTED

    Nya was submitted by Bue Wah Say, Project Officer at Burma Children Medical Fund.

  • November 3, 2023
    TREATMENT OCCURRED

    Nya received treatment at Mae Sot General Hospital in Thailand. 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.

  • November 8, 2023
    PROFILE PUBLISHED

    Nya's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • February 7, 2024
    FULLY FUNDED

    Nya's treatment was fully funded.

  • February 17, 2024
    TREATMENT UPDATE

    We received an update on Nya. Read the update.

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