Den is a 47-year-old farmer from Cambodia. He and his wife have two sons and one daughter. Their oldest son is married, while the other two children are still students. The family grows rice in the rainy season. In his free time, Den likes to watch boxing on television and listen to the radio.
In December 2018, Den fractured his right arm in a motor vehicle accident. He underwent an open reduction/internal fixation procedure at a local hospital, where a plate and screws were placed to stabilize the broken bone. Unfortunately, it has been several years, and he still feels poorly. The hardware is chronically infected and requires debridement.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), can help. On September 6th, Den will undergo a hardware removal procedure at CSC’s care center, which will resolve the chronic infection and help him to use his arm again. Now, he needs help raising $304 to fund his procedure and care.
Den shared, “after surgery, I hope my right arm will have no pain or infection, and I can support my family again.”