Amirors is a nine-year-old student in grade one. She lives with her parents and four siblings in Cambodia, where her parents catch and sell fish at a community market.
Ever since she was a baby, Amirors has had a mass on her right ring finger. It has continued to grow over time and it now causes her pain when she tries to grab objects or hold a pencil in school. Her mother is concerned by the growth of the mass.
With help from our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, Amirors will now receive treatment. On May 4th, surgeons at Kien Khleang National Rehabilitation Centre will remove the mass. Amirors and her family need your help to raise $273 to fund this procedure.
Amirors’ mother said: “I am worried about this bump on Amirors’ finger, and I hope that after surgery, it will not come back.”