If you’ve been on Watsi lately, you’ve probably noticed a bunch of smiley kids in green shirts on our patients page.
These kids traveled such long distances to seek medical care at our partner hospital in Tanzania that they needed somewhere to stay while they waited for treatment and recovered from surgery (going home between scheduling and follow up appointments wasn’t an option). The green shirts were given to them by Plaster House, the organization that’s housing them while they receive care.
Let’s get these kids funded so they can go home healthy!
Cofounder at Watsi
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