Thyriya is a two-year-old girl from Cambodia. Thyriya is an only child from Phnom Penh, and she enjoys playing with her toys and playing games on the phone.
Thyriya was born with syndactyly of her left hand. This means that her thumb and index finger, as well as her fourth and fifth fingers, are fused together. It is difficult for her to move her hand and utilize her fingers
Fortunately, on August 13, surgeons will perform a syndactyly repair procedure to separate and release the fused digits. Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, is requesting $365 to fund this procedure. After surgery, she will be able to use her left hand and fully extend each of the fingers
Her mother says, “I hope that my daughter will recover from her surgery and look better than before. I hope that she will no longer suffer from her hand condition and I won’t have to worry about her.”