Success! Enock from Kenya raised $1,145 to fund a fracture repair so he can walk again.

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Fully funded
Enock's treatment was fully funded on March 17, 2022.
  • Enock's story
  • Enock's update
February 1, 2022

Photo of Enock post-operation

April 4, 2022

Enock underwent a fracture repair and has started to walk again.

Enock underwent a successful Open Reduction Internal Fixation surgery on his right lower limb, after sustaining a break to his right femur w...

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Enock's Timeline

  • February 1, 2022

    Enock was submitted by Joan Kadagaya, Curative Medical Support Program-Partner Representative at African Mission Healthcare.

  • February 1, 2022

    Enock received treatment at AIC Kapsowar Hospital in Kenya. 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 2, 2022

    Enock's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • March 17, 2022

    Enock's treatment was fully funded.

  • April 4, 2022

    Enock's treatment was successful. Read the update.

Funded by 16 donors

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Simwenda is a three-year-old boy from Tanzania. He resides in a village in the Mpanda district. His parents, hardworking farmers, work daily to provide for their family’s subsistence needs. Simwenda was born with a clubfoot - a birth abnormality in which the foot is twisted out of shape or position. The tissues connecting the muscles to the bone (tendons) are shorter than usual, causing the foot to twist and making walking and wearing shoes difficult. Simwenda’s parents, with limited resources and no access to medical insurance, could only watch their son’s condition worsen for three years. It broke their hearts to see him suffer. The nearest hospital could not provide the treatment he needed. Simwenda’s parents shared their son’s story with their community, hoping for help and learned that services would be available at the Plaster House, a care center of our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare (AMH). However, Simwenda's parents encountered a significant obstacle in obtaining care: transportation costs. Their village is hundreds of miles from Arusha, where the medical care center is located. Simwenda’s family organized a fundraising event to raise money for the transportation and additional expenses of the journey. Upon Simwenda’s arrival at the center, he received a warm welcome. The medical team will begin clubfoot treatment on September 15. AMH is requesting $935 to fund Simwenda's clubfoot repair. After treatment, he will be able to walk with less struggle. Simwende’s mother says: “Despite our financial situations, we have tried so hard to get him treatment. I hope this time around our son has a chance to get treatment.”

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