Sean is a 74-year-old retired commune chief from a village in Cambodia. He is married, and has one son and three daughters. Sean enjoys listening to news on the radio, and sitting and talking about current events with friends.
In February, Sean was in a motor vehicle accident, and fractured his right hand. He went to the local government hospital seeking care, and doctors placed hardware in his arm to help heal his fracture. Now the bone is healed, and the hardware is painful and needs to be removed.
Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, can help. On September 7th, Sean will undergo a hardware removal procedure at Kien Khleang National Rehabilitation Centre, which will cost $304. Children’s Surgical Centre is seeking help to fund Sean’s procedure.
Sean says: “I hope I have no more pain and I can recover well.”