Kha is a 63-year-old farmer who is married with four sons and two daughters. During his free time, he enjoys planting vegetables and keeping his home tidy.
Two years ago, Kha was in a motorcycle accident that caused a fracture in his left tibia. Kha sought hospital treatment but discovered further interventions were too expensive. The fracture causes Kha to experience pain and have trouble walking.
Kha heard about our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), from his sister. He traveled five hours with his wife to seek treatment there. Surgeons at CSC proposed to realign the fractured bone via surgery. On February 22, Kha will undergo the $411 operation that will allow him to walk easily again.