Vicious Attack (05:31)
Surgeons prepare to operate. "Okkhoy" and his parents describe the attack that left him severely injured. A paramilitary force protects the family from a gang of kidnappers who steals children and forces them to beg.
Humanitarian Outreach (04:50)
Aram Kovach recalls learning about "Okkhoy" and reaching out to CNN to offer help. Dr. John Gearhart agrees to perform reconstructive surgery for free and Kovach pays the family's expenses. "Okkhoy" and his father prepare to journey to the U.S.
Journey to the United States (06:49)
Kovach awaits "Okkhoy's" arrival. They meet at the townhouse where "Okkhoy" and is father will be staying; "Okkhoy's" father wants to know why Kovach is providing help. The group spends the day sightseeing and having fun.
Johns Hopkins Children Center (06:10)
"Okkhoy" and his father meet the doctors. In Bangladesh, some of "Okkhoy's" attackers await trial; RAB commander Mohammad Sohail wants to make an example of the attackers. "Okkhoy's" father and Kovach worry about "Okkhoy's" feelings of revenge.
"Okkhoy's" Medical Team (03:44)
Dr. Gearhart and Dr. Rick Redett speak with "Okkhoy" and his father about the surgery. News about the need for a future implant saddens the father.
Surgery Day (05:54)
"Okkhoy" undergoes a pre-operative evaluation. Nurse Kim Sexton explains the day's procedures; "Okkhoy's" father is anxious. "Okkhoy" speaks to his mother in Bangladesh before going into the operating room.
Reconstructive Surgery: Phase One (10:17)
"Okkhoy's" father anxiously waits in the waiting room. Dr. Redett discusses his experience with penile reconstruction. Dr. Gearhart and Dr. Redett are able to give "Okkhoy" a fully functioning penis. "Okkhoy's" father reflects on Kovach's kindness.
Life After Surgery (06:32)
"Okkhoy" slowly wakes in the recovery room. Four weeks later, "Okkhoy" and his father prepare to return to Bangladesh; Alena Khan hopes he will get an education. "Okkhoy" now says he wants to be a doctor when he grows up.
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