Success! Sai from Burma raised $1,500 to fund the treatment for his fractured hip and facilitate its proper healing.

to go
Fully funded
Sai's treatment was fully funded on November 28, 2023.
  • Sai's story
  • Sai's update
August 10, 2023

Photo of Sai post-operation

December 30, 2023

Sai underwent surgery for his fractured hip.

Sai had successful surgery and continues to improve daily. The swelling in his leg has significantly reduced and he can now sleep well witho...

Read more

Sai's Timeline

  • August 10, 2023

    Sai was submitted by Dr. Phyoe Pyae Thu, Programs Assistant and Medical Advisor at Burma Children Medical Fund.

  • August 10, 2023

    Sai received treatment at Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai 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.

  • August 17, 2023

    Sai's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • November 28, 2023

    Sai's treatment was fully funded.

  • December 30, 2023

    Sai's treatment was successful. Read the update.

Funded by 41 donors

Meet another patient you can support

100% of your donation funds life-changing surgery.

Fatma is a 50-year-old mother of seven children aged between four and sixteen. She has faced considerable hardship, being a widow and the sole provider for her family, without a steady income. Fatma resides in Somalia, but also depends on the support of her niece that sells tea in Nairobi, Kenya. Unfortunately, she is unable to afford vital medical treatment. Since 2021, Fatma has been experiencing a persistent bloated feeling and discomfort in her lower abdomen. Initially treated for brucellosis and yellow fever at a local facility without improvement, the growth in her abdomen continued to enlarge, prompting both health concerns and a sense of self-consciousness due to the enlarged mass. She traveled to Kenya to seek medical advice, and further examination in Wajir suggested ovarian cancer, and the need for surgery. However, due to financial constraints, she sought help at our medical partner's care center, AIC Kijabe Hospital. Here, the diagnosis confirmed a large non-cancerous abdominal pelvic mass that needed to be removed through surgery. Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare, is helping Fatma receive treatment. On March 22nd, surgeons at AIC Kijabe Hospital will perform a total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (TAH/BSO) procedure to reduce the risk of ovarian cancer and prevent future surgery for benign ovarian masses. Now, Fatma needs help to fund this $1,260 procedure. Fatma is hopeful as she awaits the surgery that promises relief. She says, “I look like a seven-month pregnant lady because of the growth. It is painful. I hope to get treatment so that this pain can go away.”

$687to go