Mawa Noor's Story
Before you dive into the gory details of Mawa Noor’s ailment, please know that you can help her. Your donations, however small they may be, will relieve her pain for good. Therefore, we request that you donate for Mawa’s hernia repair as much as you can.
Four years old Mawa Noor has been suffering from Umbilical Hernia. An umbilical hernia is an abnormal bulge that can be seen or felt at the umbilicus (belly button). This hernia develops when a portion of the lining of the abdomen, part of the intestine, and/or fluid from the abdomen, comes through the muscle of the abdominal wall.
To treat this condition, the doctor has advised Mawa Noor to undergo a surgical procedure named Hernia Repair. Hernia Repair is a procedure in which hernial sac is removed and abdominal wall’s defect is repaired.
While there is no doubt about the effectiveness of this surgical procedure, the fact that it is an expensive procedure cannot be denied as well. Unfortunately, Mawa’s parents cannot afford the hefty cost of a Hernia Repair surgery. Mawa’s father is the sole earner of the family. He works as a driver and hardly manages to earn PKR 12,000 per month. In this measly income, he is in no position to arrange for his daughter’s surgery. He told us:
“Every day, I see my daughter writhing in pain. I feel so helpless, being unable to do anything about it. Whoever is reading this, I request you to please donate for my daughter’s surgery.”
After a lot of distress, Mawa Noor’s parents have requested Transparent Hands for help. We are determined to help her as soon as possible. Therefore, we sincerely request you to please donate for Mawa’s Hernia Repair as much as you can. Donate now.
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.