Khouk is a five-year-old girl from Thailand. She goes to kindergarten at a local school.
In early June, Khouk was playing on the slide at school with her friends. She fell off the slide and onto her right arm, breaking her right forearm.
With the help of our medical partner, Burma Children Medical Fund, Khouk will undergo surgery to reset her fractured bones and ensure proper healing. The procedure is scheduled for June 19 and will cost $1,500. This procedure will help her to have a pain-free forearm again. After Khouk has fully recovered, she will go back to school and continue her kindergarten class.
Khouk’s mother says, “If her broken arm heals, I will be very happy for her. Now I feel very sad when I look at her.”