Trevor Anthony Williamson has been residing in Shashemene, Ethiopia for 20 years. On September 27th 2018, he fell from a ladder, shattered his hip and fractured his collarbone. Four pins were placed in his hip but that did not help with the intense pain or the permanent limp that he is forced to live with on a daily basis. His right leg is now noticeably shorter than his left leg. Nothing was done via surgery or therapy to his clavicle bone or shoulder so he is unable to lift his right arm and similarly to his hip and leg this is extremely painful. The screws in his hip have to be removed, which means another operation followed by physical therapy.

$200 has been sent to the Ancient from the AMA fund.

Scott Mosher