Veha is a boy from Cambodia. He has one sister and one brother. He likes to eat fried fish. He likes studying literature and wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
In infancy, he received multiple poorly administered injections in his thigh and buttocks. In time, this has resulted in difficulty walking. He needs to undergo a tendon and nerve procedure to release his knee and allow him to walk normally.
Surgery is scheduled for September 6 and will cost $497.
His father says, “We are worried about him and he cannot walk well.”