Kakada is a one-year-old girl from Cambodia. She has five sisters and one brother. She is the youngest child. She enjoys playing with her siblings and neighbors.
Kakada was born with polydactyly of both feet and hands. This means that she has extra digits on both hands and feet. She has difficulty moving her feet.
Fortunately, on March 7, surgeons will perform a polydactyly repair procedure to remove the extra digits. Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, is requesting $237 to fund this procedure. After surgery, she will feel more comfortable and be able to use her hands and feet more easily.
Her mother says, “I am looking forward to my daughter coming home and relaxing after her surgery.”