Khurram Shahzad's Story
Before you dive into the gory details of Khuram’s ailment, please know that only your help can get him back up on his feet. Therefore, we request you to please donate for Khuram’s artificial leg.
A year ago, Forty-six years old Khuram Shahzad had a horrible road accident. A truck hit his bike. In the accident, he sustained an injury to his right leg which was treated with fracture fixation. Unfortunately, Khuram’s leg was infected. Therefore, the doctor amputated from above knee level.
Now, the doctors advised Khuram to get a prosthetic leg installed. Unfortunately, Khurram cannot afford the hefty cost of an artificial leg. Due to his deteriorating health and added disability, Khuram has been unable to work. His son is the sole earner of the family and hardly manages to earn PKR 14000 per month. With this income, they can’t arrange an artificial leg.
Therefore, for the past year, Khuram has been hovering around on crutches in search of an artificial leg. Due to the COVID outbreak and partial closure of public hospitals, he is unable to get it from any public hospitals. Due to his limited resources, he cannot arrange his treatment at any private hospital. His distressed son told us:
“In one year, my father has become only a shadow of what he used to be. He was a fun-loving person, always running around. Alas! Ever since the accident, he has been bedridden. Please help get my father back on his feet.”
Therefore, with their doctor’s help, Khuram Shahzad and his son have registered themselves with Transparent Hands. We hope that with your kind donations, we will be able to arrange his artificial leg for free. Therefore, we urge you to please donate for Khuram’s artificial leg. Help us get him back up on his feet.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.