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What hospital food around the world really looks like
From fish paste to stinging nettles, here are 5 hospital meals fueling life-changing healthcare Patients come to Kenya’s Kijabe Hospital to receive care for serious c
We're thrilled to welcome Daisy Ma to the Watsi volunteer team! Daisy is our newest Chinese translation volunteer, and will translate profiles as part of our partnership with Tence
The Toast That Traveled 3,000 Miles
Juan used to make a living as a bus driver. He transported tourists to and from Guatemala's airport. Despite language barriers, his sense of humor translated well. He was exactl
We're looking for a Chinese translation volunteer
Watsi is seeking a volunteer who is fluent in Chinese, and can translate English into simplified (and ideally traditional) Chinese. Volunteers will write and translate patient stor
Announcing our $3.5M Philanthropic Growth Round
Two years ago, we raised a seed round of donations to support our operations with one goal — to prove the Watsi concept. We built our dream team and started traveling to h
Before joining Watsi as Head of Content, Michelle managed development and communications at the non-profit incubator kitchen La Cocina, where she got her first taste of working on
Watsi is looking for spring 2016 writing volunteers
We're looking for writing volunteers to work with us this spring! Writers take raw data from our medical partners to create narratives for each patient eligible for Watsi funding.
Fit3D and Sports Basement team up to support health around the world
Want a head start on your New Year’s Resolution? This November, Fit3D and Sports Basement are supporting Watsi patients through their See a Difference, Make a Difference challenge.
A trip to Montreal during his freshman year of college radically altered the course of C.J.'s life. He went on to learn French and live in France, then learn Chinese and live in Ch