Abdul Latif's Story
Before diving into the gory details of Abdul Latif’s ailment, please know that you can help him. Your donation, even a penny, can go a long way. Abdul Latif awaits a Contracture Release surgery. We request you to please donate for him as much as you can.
Abdul Latif, forty five years old, a resident of Lahore went out of the city 10 months ago. There was a gas leakage in their house and they did not know about that. When they came back, Abdul Latif lit a match stick and the air caught fire due to gas accumulation from which Abdul Latif’s hands and face were burned. He was brought to the hospital immediately and his dead skin was removed and he was conservatively treated for his burns. Now he is suffering from a right-hand extensor contracture. The doctor advised him right-hand contracture release and skin grafting (SSG) for him.
Abdul Latif was a shoemaker but due to this deformity of his hand, he is not able to do that job anymore. He lives in a rented house and has a family of three persons to support. He cannot afford the chunks of bills for this surgery. Abdul Latif told us:
“Who would have thought that I would be suffering like this. A single matchstick would burn my happiness to the ground and leave me unable to work. My family is dependent on me and I am dependent on you. Please donate for my surgery.”
As per his doctor’s advice, Abdul Latif has registered his case with Transparent Hands. We have assured him that we would help him. But, that won’t be possible without your help. Abdul Latif awaits a contracture release. Please donate generously for him. Even a small donation can make an aching heart’s pain go away.
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