A loan of $975 helped improve the motion of his neck, lip and hand.


Daniel's story

On September 1 1965, Daniel was discharged from the Guatemalan Army. On that day, when his platoon and he where traveling via military truck, they were ambushed by the guerrillas using incendiary grenades causing severe burn burns. Mr. Daniel received primary care in the army, but was left with residual burn deformity that limits the function and movement of his neck, lower lip and hand due to burn contractures. This loan will be used for corrective plastic reconstructive surgery to improve his mobility.



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