Kun is a hardworking and caring grandfather from Cambodia. He and his wife both work as farmers, and they have two sons and three daughters. During his free time, Kun enjoys listening to the radio, watching TV, and taking care of his grandchild. When it is not rice season, Kun works doing motorcycle repairs.
In 1988, Kun’s leg was injured by a land mine, and he had to have a below knee amputation. The amputation site has since become infected, causing him to experience pain when using the artificial leg. Fortunately, Kun will undergo a stump revision procedure on August 2nd at our medical partner’s care center, Kien Khleang National Rehabilitation Centre.
Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre is requesting $391 to fund Kun’s surgery. This procedure will hopefully heal the infected area and allow him to use his prosthesis to walk again.
Kun says, “I hope my right leg will not have any pain or infection and I can walk again.”