Pinchhang is a 51-year-old road construction worker from Cambodia. He works and lives alongside his brother in rural Cambodia. They are originally from China. In his free time, Pinchhang likes to cook and socialize with other construction workers.
In 2022, Pinchhang was in a motorbike accident and fractured his right forearm. He went to an emergency clinic after the collision and doctors performed an open reduction of the fracture and implanted hardware. Now the bone is healed, but Pinchhang continues to experience aching in his arm. As a result, doing heavy work on the construction site is difficult for him.
Fortunately, surgeons from our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), can help. On July 4th, Pinchhang will undergo a hardware removal procedure at CSC’s care center. During the procedure, surgeons will remove the hardware from Pinchhang’s arm so he can return to his previous level of work. Now, CSC is requesting $304 to cover the cost of the procedure.
Pinchhang said, “I hope to not worry about the hardware, I won’t have pain at night and can work hard again to support myself.”