Sai Nal is a 25-year-old father of one. He works in sales at a company in the capital city of Phnom Penh, while his wife takes care of their four-year-old daughter. In his free time, Sai Nal enjoys listening to music, exercising, and playing football.
In November, Sai Nal was in a motor vehicle collision that injured his left knee and right hand. Although he went to a traditional healer for a while, he still experiences pain and tenderness in his leg. As a result, he cannot walk easily, exercise, or ride his motorbike, which means he often misses work because he has to rely on others for transportation. His family’s income has been affected, and Sai Nal is worried about his ability to provide for them unless his knee is healed.
Fortunately, our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), can help. On April 4th, Sai Nal will undergo a fracture repair procedure to help him walk easily again. CSC is requesting $465 to help fund this procedure, which is also subsidized by Sai Nal’s contribution of $100 that he was able to gather.
Sai Nal said, “After surgery, I want to get better and have no pain so I can go back to my normal life again and support my family.”