Srey Heng is a 10-year-old girl from Cambodia who is in the third grade. She has one brother. She likes to play around her home and spend time with her mother.
Srey Heng was born with contractures of both of her index fingers, which makes it difficult for her to use her fingers.
Srey Heng’s parents heard about our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), from their neighbor, who had been to CSC before. Srey Heng traveled for four hours with her mother to reach CSC for treatment.
On July 14, surgeons at CSC will perform a contracture release procedure of both of Srey Heng’s index fingers to help her use her hands comfortably. The $417 requested to fund Srey Heng’s treatment will cover the full cost of the procedure, including a five-night hospital stay, labs, radiology, supplies, and surgeon time.