Seyha is a 19-year-old tuk-tuk driver who has two sisters and one brother. He likes to watch movies, listen to the radio, and relax at home.
In September, Seyha was in a motor vehicle accident that caused him head trauma. He was in a coma in a hospital in Vietnam for two weeks. He regained consciousness, but he developed a chronic dislocation of his left hip that made it difficult for him to walk. Seyha was in pain, and he became unable to work to support his family.
When Seyha learned about our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), he traveled for seven hours to seek treatment. On December 14, surgeons at CSC performed an open reduction internal fixation procedure to heal Seyha’s left hip. After recovery, he should be able to walk easily again. CSC is requesting $411 to fund this procedure.