Success! Daw Khin from Burma raised $769 to fund eye surgery to restore her vision.

Daw Khin
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Daw Khin's treatment was fully funded on January 18, 2024.
  • Daw Khin's story
  • Daw Khin's update
June 28, 2023

Photo of Daw Khin post-operation

January 30, 2024

Daw Khin underwent eye surgery to restore her vision.

Before surgery, Khin could not read books, watch TV, or walk alone as she could not see her surroundings. She and her family were apprehensi...

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Daw Khin's Timeline

  • June 28, 2023

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

  • July 4, 2023

    Daw Khin received treatment at KBC Hospital in Burma. 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.

  • July 5, 2023

    Daw Khin's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • January 18, 2024

    Daw Khin's treatment was fully funded.

  • January 30, 2024

    Daw Khin's treatment was successful. Read the update.

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Bakari is 6-year-old boy from Tanga, Tanzania. He is known for his charm, sociability, and outspoken nature. He is the first child to his mother, with his father having passed away. His mother, due to remarriage and relocation to another region, Mwanza, had to leave him in the care of his grandmother and uncle. Currently a student, Bakari recently embarked on his primary education, finding joy in the time spent at school with his peers, though limited in activities due to the condition he was born with. Bakari faces a physical challenge as he was born with a condition affecting both of his feet, causing them to twist inward and downward, significantly impacting his mobility. Early in his life, he had an opportunity for treatment in Tanga, but unfortunately, his father’s demise led to a lack of follow-up post-operative care, resulting in a relapse. At the age of two, his grandmother took him to the hospital for treatment, but insufficient financial resources prevented them from completing the necessary procedures, leading to yet another relapse. Determined to secure proper treatment for Bakari, his grandmother patiently gathered savings and, in late 2023, brought him to Arusha, specifically to Nkuaranga Hospital. During their visit, the doctor informed them that, due to Bakari’s age, he required more complex surgery, which the grandmother couldn’t afford. The doctor then directed them to Kafika house. Upon arrival, he was assessed by the team there. Bakari has clubfoot of both feet. His treatment plan will start with manipulation and casting, followed by corrective surgery. Clubfoot is a condition in which the foot is twisted out of shape. This causes difficulty walking and even wearing shoes. The team at Kafika House will begin clubfoot treatment on January 19th. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare, is requesting $935 to fund Bakari's clubfoot repair. After treatment, his mobility will significantly improve. Bakari’s grandmother says: “I really hope my grandson's feet will be okay. I have struggled to see him get treatment hoping his future will be okay.”

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