PCRF is bringing fifteen-year-old Mustafa to the Shriners Hospital in Portland for medical care that he cannot get in his war-torn country of Iraq. Mustafa suffered life-threatening injuries during a bombing of his home in Fallujah in 2004, and underwent extensive medical treatment including an amputation of his leg. He was only 2-years-old at the time. In 2008, he traveled to Portland in order to receive a prosthesis, which no longer fits him, which is why the PCRF is arranging for the boy to come back again for further care. He will be cared for by the PCRF Portland Chapter.