Khai is a 28-year-old rice farmer from Cambodia with a nine-year-old daughter. He likes to watch the news and boxing on the radio, and play games with his daughter.
Khai was in a head-on collision and fractured his left elbow and forearm. He still experiences pain in his arm, and he is unable to work.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On March 17th, Khai will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $465. Treatment will heal his current infection, and relieve him of his pain. He will be able to use his arm again and can return to work easily.
“I hope that my arm will get better after my operation and I won’t have any pain or infection and can work again,” he said.