Senghong is an 18-year-old driver who lives in a province outside of the capital city of Cambodia with his older sister and parents. Senghong’s mother is a factory worker, his father is a rice farmer, and his sister is studying at university. Two years ago, Senghong stopped school after 10th grade and has been working as a driver for a construction company. In his free time he enjoys playing football, volleyball, meeting up with friends, and listening to music.
In December 2020, Senghong was in a motor vehicle accident that caused a mal-union fracture of his right wrist. It is difficult for him to use this hand now and he is in chronic pain.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On March 15th, Senghong will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $465. This procedure will allow him to use his hand and start working again.
Senghong said, “I am thankful for your help and I hope I can return to work soon once I am healed.”