Shaimul is joined in the photo by his mother and Rotaract volunteers Carly Robbins and Jamie Carroll.
Some kids are just too cute. Shaimul is a lively 10 year old with an infectious smile. He was born with fingers on his right hand fused together and an abnormal thumb on his left hand. He cannot eat normally and it’s so painful for him to write that he cries. Despite the difficulties, he’s an excellent student, he reads well and he’s a favorite of his teachers.
A neighbor was treated by Rotaplast last year and told Shaimul’s family about the great opportunity for treatment from Rotaplast. Shaimul and his mother traveled over three hours by bus and taxi to reach the hospital. Their great hope is that he will be able to write easily. They are very happy for the treatment from the Rotaplast team.