Jennifer from Guatemala raised $535 so she can become nourished and energized.

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Fully funded
Jennifer's treatment was fully funded on September 30, 2014.
  • Jennifer's story
  • Jennifer's update
September 16, 2014

Photo of Jennifer post-operation

February 12, 2015

Jennifer received nutritional rehabilitation to ensure that she is well nourished and thriving.

Jennifer's doctor says, "It's only been about a month since we put this profile up on Watsi, but we are already noticing good results. Jenni...

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Jennifer's Timeline

  • September 16, 2014

    Jennifer was submitted by Peter Rohloff at Wuqu’ Kawoq.

  • September 17, 2014

    Jennifer received treatment. 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.

  • September 29, 2014

    Jennifer's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • September 30, 2014

    Jennifer's treatment was fully funded.

  • February 12, 2015

    We received an update on Jennifer. Read the update.

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Kan is a retired rice farmer from Kandal province. He is the proud father of two daughters and three sons, and his family now includes ten grandchildren. Unfortunately, he experienced the heart-wrenching loss of his wife to stomach cancer several years ago. Presently, he resides with his youngest daughter and her family, finding comfort in their company. Since retirement, he has nurtured his spiritual side by frequenting the local pagoda. Over the years, he has become a wise mentor to young monks who seek his guidance. Six years ago, Kan developed a pterygium in his left eye, causing him difficulty with his vision. He says he feels like something is always in his eye. It now covers his pupil and he cannot recognize friends and family. Pterygiums are non-cancerous growths of the conjunctiva, a mucous layer that lubricates the eye. The growths occur when the conjunctiva is exposed to excessive sun damage, wind or dust and the cells grow abnormally over the pupil. When Kan learned about our medical partner, Children's Surgical Centre, he traveled for two-and-a-half hours seeking treatment. Kan needs a surgical procedure to remove the abnormal conjunctiva from the cornea surface and replace it with a conjunctival graft to prevent recurrence. The total cost of his procedure is $225. This covers medications, supplies, and inpatient care for two days. The procedure is scheduled for January 2nd. Kan shared: "I hope after surgery my eye can see better and stop irritation and I can read books and go to the pagoda by myself."

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