Allah Ditta's Story
“Since his birth, my son had to go through constant suffering. We have been carrying him to hospitals all these years. Now he needs to undergo a surgery for full recovery, but we can’t afford it. Kindly help us with your generous donations.” – pleaded Allah Ditta’s mother.
Allah Ditta is a five years old boy who was born with a birth defect – Anorectal Malformation, which means that his anus and rectum did not develop properly. His colostomy was done in a local hospital in Lahore when he was only 2 days old. Doctor recommended another surgery for him, in some time.
Allah Ditta’s parents contacted the same hospital for his second surgery but he was put on a long waiting list. This poor child cannot wait anymore as he is experiencing difficulty in maintaining his hygiene and carries a foul odor due to the stoma bag attached to his abdomen. Other children refuse to play with him due to his unclean condition.
Allah Ditta has one younger brother. His father works as a laborer in a factory, earning only Rs.14000 per month. His father also has to support his old parents who live with them in a small house in the village.
Allah Ditta’s parents did not know how they would afford such costly surgery until they learned about Transparent Hands. They have appealed the organization to fund the surgery.
He now needs Posterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty (PSARP) to restore passing of stool through normal passage. Please help us by donating for Allah Ditta and give him a chance at a healthy life.
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Allah Ditta's Story
Allah Ditta 5 years old boy was suffering from Anorectal Malformation (ARM) resulting in absent back passage- Imperforate Anus. His emergency colostomy was done when he was only two days old to make temporary passage of stool. He was advised surgery to construct his back passage at the normal site. His surgery was done in Akram Medical Complex on 11-05-19 by Dr. Naveed Haider and his Posterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty (PSARP) was done. He stayed for three days in hospital with good post-operative recovery and was discharged with follow-up advice.