Bharat lives with his parents and siblings in Nepal and studies in grade five. His father works in India to support the family back home while his mother is responsible for grazing the cattle and looking after the children.
Bharat was grazing his cattle with his friends in the forest when he stumbled on a stone and fell down, fracturing his right hand. He has been in so much pain since then and he has difficulty moving the injured arm and there is some swelling too.
After his accident, the family tried some home remedies like using bamboo sticks to treat the fracture, but when they noticed how Bharat still had difficulty moving his hand, they finally decided to take medical help in Possible’s hub - Bayalpata hospital.
For $195, Bharat’s hand will be put in a cast to mend the fracture.
His mother shares, “It was so far to come here from our house, so we tried home remedies to treat him but it didn’t work. I will be happy if Bharat gets his treatment soon.”