Lucky is a seven-month-old boy who lives with his parents and siblings in Nepal. His family struggles to make a living; they farm and sell firewood and the produce is not enough to last them even for three months of the year.
It’s been five days since Lucky fell from the porch of his house and fractured his right femur. He has been crying in pain and the leg has swollen. He has been taking medication to control it.
They finally decided to seek medical help, and took one and half days to come to Possible’s hub - Bayalpata hospital. His father shares, “Due to the long distance from our home to Bayalpata, it took time and my son cried so much while we were traveling.”
For $195, doctors at Bayalpata hospital will fit Lucky with a cast to heal his fracture.
His father shares, “I hope my son will be free of pain after getting treated.”