Leng is a 13-year-old student. He is the youngest of four siblings. His father is a construction worker and his mother is a farmer. His favorite subject at school is literature, and he wants to be a police officer when he grows up.
Two months ago, he was hit on the right hip by his brother and it was dislocated. His parents provided him with traditional healing, but the pain in his hip grew over time. He now finds it difficult to walk without pain, and cannot run.
Doctors at Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC) now plan to perform an osteotomy on his hip in order to reposition the placement of the ball within the socket. Once he recovers he will be able to walk easily and run again. Now, he needs your help to fund this $425 surgery.
Leng shared, “It has been difficult to deal with this injury over time, but I am happy that I have this opportunity to have surgery. Thank you to the CSC doctors.”