Muhammad Ali 's Story
Ali’s life has taken a sad turn after the amputation of his right leg. He is leading a challenging life. He doesn’t want to be a burden on his family. He needs your help to acquire a prosthetic leg to lead an independent life. Due to a lack of financial resources, his son is unable to get him an artificial leg. Ali needs an artificial leg and we urge you to donate for it as much as you can.
Ali, a 50-year-old resident of Okara, developed a chronic wound behind his left knee five months ago. Initially, the doctor treated the wound with dressings and symptomatic medications. However, inflammation and gangrene increased with the passage of time. The doctor had no option besides amputating his right leg above the knee level. He needs an artificial right leg to regain mobility and walk again.
He lives in a small house with his wife, three daughters, and two sons. His son is responsible for taking care of his family. His son works as a driver and earns PKR 50,000 per month. With this meager income, he barely makes ends meet. He can’t pay for his father’s artificial leg. Ali said in a depressed tone:
“Living with an amputated leg is an unimaginable challenge. I only wish to get back my mobility and independence. Please help me fulfill my wish.”
Someone referred him to Transparent Hands, and he submitted his documents. His case is registered with us, and we have promised to provide him with a prosthesis. With your support, we can bring relief to his life. He has entrusted his hopes to your hands now. Please come forward and donate to make his life easier. Ali needs an artificial leg, and your donations will certainly help him walk again.
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