Khorn is a 65-year-old rice farmer from Cambodia. He is married with two sons and one daughter. In addition to farming alongside his wife, Khorn looks after his cows in the field to ensure they have proper food and care. His daughter also supports him and his wife by working in a nearby factory.
About fifty years ago, when Khorn was around 15 years old, he suffered a landmine injury from an unexploded ordinance. Since that time, some shrapnel has been stuck in his left shoulder and left thigh, causing him to experience pain and discomfort.
Fortunately, Khorn was able to travel to our medical partner’s care center to receive treatment. On January 31st, surgeons at our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC), will remove the mass. Now, Khorn needs help to raise $273 to fund this procedure. He was also able to contribute $65 to his care.
Khorn said, “After surgery, I hope the pain is gone.”