Puth is a 50-year-old farmer who tends to rice fields and also raises chickens to earn extra money to support his family.
Two years ago, Puth fell from a water tank and injured his right foot. An open wound developed that was treated with sutures at a clinic. However, his ankle is still in pain and is limiting his movement.
Puth’s neighbor told him to come to our medical partner Children’s Surgical Centre. He arrived with challenges walking normally and surgeons have told him he needs a nerve and graft procedure to heal.
Luckily our partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC) can help. On October 28th, Puth will undergo this procedure to repair his injury. Puth is requesting $412 to cover his procedure and all of his care.
With this surgery, Puth would no longer experience pain and will be able to walk and work normally again.
Puth says, “I hope my right ankle pain is gone after the surgery and I can walk normally like before my accident.”