Chamroeurn is a 25-year-old factory worker from Cambodia. He is the son of farmers and has two brothers and one sister. He works in a factory where stone is processed for construction. In his free time he enjoys playing football, listening to music, playing games on his phone, and helping his family around the house.
In April, Chamroeurn sustained a workplace injury on his left hand while he was operating a large machine. He first sought help from a private clinic three months ago but their treatment attempts were unsuccessful. He cannot use his hand and is in a lot of pain.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On July 14, Chamroeurn will undergo a fracture repair procedure, which will cost $465. This procedure will heal his injured hand and allow him to regain full use.
“I hope after surgery my hand will feel well and I can use it again at work. Since this injury I have not been able to earn money to support my family,” shared Chamroeurn.