Meat is a 49-year-old farmer who is married and his wife sells fish at a local market. He also has two sons and two daughters. His eldest daughter works at a factory in the city and his other children are still in school. He enjoys listening to the radio, watching TV, and meeting up with his friends in his free time.
In April 2021, Meat fell from a tree and fractured his right humerus and wrist. He is in pain and is unable to use his right hand.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On August 26th, Meat will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $465. The procedure will help heal his fracture and allow him to use his right hand again.
Meat shared, “I hope I can regain use of my hand soon so I can return to work and support my family.”