Success! Naw Say from Thailand raised $1,500 to fund a safe c-section delivery for her new baby.

Naw Say
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Naw Say's treatment was fully funded on January 31, 2022.
  • Naw Say's story
  • Naw Say's update
January 11, 2022

Photo of Naw Say post-operation

April 28, 2022

Naw Say underwent a safe c-section delivery for her new baby.

Both Naw Say and her baby are doing well! She finished taking her maternity leave and she already returned to her work helping students at s...

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Naw Say's Timeline

  • January 11, 2022

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

  • January 12, 2022

    Naw Say received treatment at Mae Sariang 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.

  • January 15, 2022

    Naw Say's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • January 31, 2022

    Naw Say's treatment was fully funded.

  • April 28, 2022

    Naw Say's treatment was successful. Read the update.

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Jojina, a single mother from Malawi, is 52 years old and has five children ranging in age from 15 to 29. They all live together in a two bedroom house, in addition to Jojina's mother, her uncle who is blind, and her four grandchildren. She earns a living by brewing and selling a local brew. Fifteen years ago, Jojina noted a small swelling on her neck that was not painful at the time. At first, she thought it would go away on its own, but it instead got bigger. She visited different herbalists to no avail. In 2022, she visited a nearby hospital, and was referred to the regional hospital, where after examinations, a diagnosis of goiter was made. She was sent home and asked to wait for her surgery date. Early this year, she started experiencing breathlessness and neck pain. She is presently unable to carry heavy items on her head and can no longer work as usual, which has significantly reduced her income. Jojina made a decision to visit our medical partner's care facility, Partners in Hope Medical Center (PIH), after hearing that other people with similar problems had been assisted at the center. Early this month, her diagnosis was confirmed at PIH and a surgical intervention called thyroidectomy was recommended. Jojina could however not afford the cost of treatment. Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare, is helping Jojina receive treatment. On April 9th, surgeons at PIH will perform a thyroidectomy to alleviate pain and discomfort, and allow Jojina to resume work and continue supporting her family. Now, Jojina needs help to fund this $1,015 procedure. Jojina says, “I am patiently waiting to be free from my symptoms, be able to work pain-free, and carry items on my head after surgery.”

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