Visal is a three-year-old boy from Cambodia. He is an only child. He likes to play with toys at home and to go for walks with his parents.
Visal was born with polydactyly of both hands and his left foot. This means that he has extra pinky fingers and an extra toe. It is difficult for him to use his hands and he doesn’t like that people make fun of him.
Fortunately, on October 19, surgeons will perform a polydactyly repair procedure to remove the extra digit. Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, is requesting $237 to fund this procedure. After surgery, he will feel more comfortable and confident and will be able to use his hands and foot more easily.