A cool thing happened in Tanzania last week. Our partner hospital brought a group of surgeons from the US to their community to run a surgery camp.
These camps attract people with built-up unmet needs. Many of them travel miles to make it to the hospital, but cannot afford care once they arrive.
As a result, patients like Eva are turning to the Watsi community for support. Surgeons from WOGO (Women Orthropaedist Global Outreach) are volunteering their time and talents to perform the surgeries, but we need to help them cover the cost of supplies, hospital stay, and follow up.
Meet the patients from the camp and support one of them this week to have your donation matched by Watsi!
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We set out on a bumpy and, at times impassable, journey from Mae Sariang, a rural town near the Thai-Burma border, to visit our patients at Mae Ra Ma Luang refugee camp. These are the stories they shared about life in the camp and their sense that life outside continues to go on without them.…