Phally is a 35-year-old fruit seller from Cambodia. He and his wife have been married for eleven years, and have two children together. Both children are in primary school. He likes to watch TV and cook food for his family.
In May 2019, Phally was in a motor vehicle accident with the car. He suffered a fractured left femur. He first went to a local hospital, but did not have the money for treatment. After that, he was treated by a traditional Khmer healer, but his leg became more painful and weak. It is now difficult for him to walk at all.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On June 4th, Phally will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $465. This procedure will stop his pain and allow him to regain strength and walk again.
Phally said, “I need to go back to work to keep earning money for my family. I hope that this surgery can help me do that.”