Srey Neth is a 25-year-old stay-at-home mother from Cambodia. She lives in a rural village with her mother, husband, and her 3-year-old son. Her husband is a tattoo artist, and her mother helps her at home with her son. Her favorite activity is shopping in the local markets.
In July 2019, Srey Neth was in a motorbike accident that caused a fracture in her right femur and her left forearm and wrist. She went to a local hospital, where the doctors fixated hardware to heal her fractured arm and femur. Now, the bones are united, and she needs to remove the hardware. Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), can help. On April 25th, Srey Neth will undergo a hardware removal procedure that will help her improve mobility and allow her to engage in everyday activities without pain. CSC is requesting $304 to fund her procedure. Srey Neth contributed $100 to her care.
Srey Neth said: “After surgery, I want to walk and use my arm normally again and without pain”