Success! Seng Leng from Cambodia raised $726 to fund tumor removal surgery.

Seng Leng
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Seng Leng's treatment was fully funded on January 18, 2024.
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November 15, 2023

Photo of Seng Leng post-operation

January 25, 2024

Seng Leng underwent tumor removal surgery.

Seng Leng traveled eight hours from his province with the hope that surgeons could remove the disfiguring neurofibroma from his cheek and re...

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Seng Leng's Timeline

  • November 15, 2023

    Seng Leng was submitted by Anne Mcmurrey, Stakeholder Relations Staff at Children's Surgical Centre.

  • November 16, 2023

    Seng Leng received treatment at Kien Khleang National Rehabilitation Centre in Cambodia. 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 18, 2023

    Seng Leng's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • January 18, 2024

    Seng Leng's treatment was fully funded.

  • January 25, 2024

    Seng Leng's treatment was successful. Read the update.

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Naw Paw is a 40 year-old woman who lives with her husband and her three daughters in a refugee camp in Mae Hong Province, Thailand. Naw Paw is originally from across the border in Karen State, Burma. Her family fled to the refugee camp in 2011 due to conflict happening between armed groups in her area. In the camp, Naw Paw’s family receives a cash card from the Border Consortium to purchase food. Naw Paw used to sell Mohhinga (a Burmese noodle) nearby school to cover for their basic needs. However, she stopped selling Mohhinga when she got this pregnant because she couldn’t handle the work well. Naw Paw’s family is struggling to make ends meet and feel lucky they receive free basic healthcare in the camp through Malteser International. Her husband is unemployed. All of her 3 children are students. During her free time, she loves to play with her children and listen to the music in her phone. Sometimes she will read books and help her daughters with their homework. Naw Paw is currently expecting her fourth child. Since Naw Paw got pregnant she is taking antenatal care regularly at the camp hospital. On January 18th, Naw Paw went back for the follow-up in the camp hospital and had an ultrasound which revealed that her baby is in the wrong position laying sideways and her doctors recommended that she deliver via a caesarean section. This way doctors can ensure the safety of both mother and child. Our medical partner, Burma Children Medical Fund, is helping Naw Paw undergo a C-section on January 29th. This procedure will cost $1,500, and Naw Paw's family needs your support. Naw Paw said, “After I deliver my baby and recover from surgical wound, I will sell the Mohhinga (Burmese noodle) again to cover more of the financial needs for our family.”

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