We visited Kayeng Yang, a bombie accident took his sight when he was a toddler. He has grown so much and is happy in school with his friends. He is so loving and affectionate. He misses us very much.
Give Children A Choice brought pictures of its trip with Grandma and Grandpa to reunite them with Kayeng at his school in Khao Yai earlier this year. They also accompanied Kayeng to Bangkok’s Bumrungrad for his semi-annual eye checkup during
What’s the good news? Today, we were very moved by these photos. Dr. Num (CEO of Bumrungrad International Hospital), his wife and their son traveled from Bangkok to Khao Yai to visit Kayeng at his school (Makutkiriwan School for the
The team is back in Laos and Mor Vue, her brother and Kayeng’s Grandparents are back to their respective villages in Xieng Khouang Province. Thongchanh is home in Luang Prabang and his family. The team left Bumrungrad in the evening
While Kayeng was at Bunrungrad for his check-up he was taught by Dr. Achariya how to clean his eyes by himself. Three steps. Eye Drops. Clean eye conformers and eyes. Clean his eyelashes. He was told to do this on
What’s the good news? A few intimate moments with Grandma (Poryee) and Grandpa (Nao Pao). Refamiiarizing. Bonding. Reliving. It was Grandma who was at Kayeng’s side during his first nine months after that horrific accident. (It is Grandma and Grandpa
It has been just about three years to the day since Kayeng Yang underwent very difficult surgery to remove a huge piece of shrapnel from behind his eye left there from a UXO explosion that cost him his sight a
The team arrived early this morning at the Makutkiriwan School for the Blind in Thailand to participate in the raising of the flag and the pledge of allegiance. Later in the morning the team met the school’s benefactor and head
One of our first stops on our trip to Thailand was at the Makutkiriwan School for the Blind. Kayeng’s Grandparents were anxious to see him, their first visit since he was accepted into the school in January 2014. We were
The team is now traveling in Thailand. Mor Vue, the 15 year old girl who stopped growing about 10 years ago, accompanied by her elder brother, will be seen by doctors at Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok in a few days.