Narin is an active eight-years-old boy from Cambodia who is in 2nd grade. Some of his favorite activities include riding his bike, playing with friends, watching cartoons, and enjoying his favorite meal: chicken soup and orange juice! He has an older sister who is in 5th grade. Narin’s parents work as farmers to support their two children.
Three months ago, Narin put a small stone inside his ear. This has caused his ear to become infected and in pain. In order to alleviate his symptoms and prevent future health complications, the stone must be removed.
Narin and his family traveled to our medical partner’s care center to receive treatment. On August 9th, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, will remove the foreign object. Now, Narin’s family needs help raising $273 to fund this procedure.
Narin shares that he hopes the stone can be removed and his ear pain will stop.