Success! Saw Ki from Thailand raised $1,500 to fund a fracture repair procedure on his left elbow.

Saw Ki
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Saw Ki's treatment was fully funded on March 27, 2021.
  • Saw Ki's story
  • Saw Ki's update
February 1, 2021

Photo of Saw Ki post-operation

June 26, 2021

Saw Ki underwent a fracture repair procedure on his left elbow and is back to playing.

Before his surgery, Saw Ki could not move his left hand and he was in pain. Since he received surgery, Saw Ki can now use his left hand and ...

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Saw Ki's Timeline

  • February 1, 2021

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

  • February 2, 2021

    Saw Ki 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.

  • February 3, 2021

    Saw Ki's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • March 27, 2021

    Saw Ki's treatment was fully funded.

  • June 26, 2021

    Saw Ki's treatment was successful. Read the update.

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Miriam is a sociable four-year-old girl from Arusha Tanzania, the first born child in a family of two children. Miriam's father works casual day jobs to earn a living, while the mother is a homemaker. Despite financial challenges due to limited income, the parents work diligently to ensure their family's well-being. Miriam was brought to our medical partner's care center, Kafika House, by her mother following a burn incident she experienced in May 2023. A pot of boiling beans tipped off and the hot water spilled on Miriam, causing burn injuries. She was first taken to a nearby healthcare center for wound care, and it took a month for her wounds to heal. During the healing process, her skin developed a burn contracture on her elbow, which was left untreated as the health center did not have the capacity to handle such cases, and the family did not have the financial resources to seek treatment in a larger institution. Sometime later, Miriam's mother met one of Kafika House's staff members who advised her to go to the facility for an assessment, with hope for treatment, as the condition was already limiting Miriam's ability to perform her daily activities. Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare, is helping Miriam receive treatment at their care center Kafika House. On April 2nd, surgeons will perform a burn contracture release surgery to restore the functionality of her hand. Now, she needs help to fund this $874 procedure. Miriam’s mother says: “Please help my daughter get this treatment. I hope she will grow up with her arm fully functional.”

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