Chheang is a 50-year-old farmer from Cambodia. He is married and has three sons and four daughters. He likes to fish in the river, go to his garden, and listen to the radio in his free time.
At the end of January, Chheang tripped over a pig and fell onto his right arm, dislocating his elbow. He went to a traditional Khmer healer for 20 days, but his symptoms did not improve. It is difficult for him to use his right arm, and he is in great pain.
Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, is requesting $411 to cover the cost of a fracture repair operation. He is scheduled to receive treatment on March 23 at our medical partner’s care center, Kien Khleang National Rehabilitation Centre. After surgery he will be pain-free and able to return to work.