Success! Nedjee from Haiti raised $1,500 to fund surgery prep and travel for a life-saving cardiac procedure.

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Nedjee's treatment was fully funded on November 29, 2022.
  • Nedjee's story
  • Nedjee's update
June 30, 2022

Photo of Nedjee post-operation

December 20, 2022

Nedjee underwent a life-saving cardiac procedure.

Nedjee is doing so well after her surgery! Her family had to change their travel plans as it was challenging to get the visas required, but ...

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Nedjee's Timeline

  • June 30, 2022

    Nedjee was submitted by Owen Robinson, Executive Director at International Cardiac Alliance.

  • June 30, 2022

    Nedjee's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • November 18, 2022

    Nedjee received treatment at Health City Cayman Islands in Cayman Islands. 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.

  • November 29, 2022

    Nedjee's treatment was fully funded.

  • December 20, 2022

    Nedjee's treatment was successful. Read the update.

Funded by 35 donors

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Timothy is a sweet 4-month-old baby who is the last born in a family of four children being raised by two caring parents. The father works as an ICT specialist, and the mother is a banker. Their jobs enable them to provide for their family but with three children in school, they need to spend a significant amount of money to cover school fees and other school expenses. Timothy was born with a congenital condition where his leg was twisted inward and downward. The parents were advised on the best treatment plan for their son’s condition at the center where Timothy was born. He started treatment for clubfoot with a series of castings and then had a tenotomy. After the procedure, they faced an unexpected hurdle. The hospital could not provide the Foot Abduction Brace (FAB) to Timothy. As this equipment was crucial in his treatment process, they were directed to our center for further assistance. Upon arrival at our center and a sit-down with our team, our clubfoot specialist realized that Timothy’s foot still required casting. This news was troubling to the parents, as they had spent two months in treatment with the hope that they were about to finish treatment. After spending so much money on their first attempt at treatment. The parents have exhausted their savings. They are asking for help to cover their son’s treatment. Timothy's family traveled to visit our medical partner's care center, Arusha Lutheran Medical Centre where surgeons will perform clubfoot repair surgery on May 12th. Our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is requesting $935 to fund Timothy's clubfoot repair. After treatment, he will be able to walk with ease once as he grows and can live a full life ahead. Timothy’s mother says, "We still have hope that our son will be fine; we just have to get through with the treatment."

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