Muhammad Mirza's Story
Muhammad Mirza lost his right leg in a traffic accident. The loss of a leg is affecting his mobility, independence, and quality of life. He feels like he has become a burden on his family. He needs a new artificial leg to manage his daily tasks, but he cannot afford to pay for it due to financial constraints. We urge you to donate for Mirza’s artificial leg. Even a donation as small as $10 can help him walk again. The artificial leg can improve the quality of his life significantly, and he wouldn’t have to be a burden on others.
Muhammad Mirza, a 49-year-old resident of Bahawalnagar, had a road accident two years ago in which a truck severely crushed his right leg. He went to a local hospital for emergency treatment. The doctors tried their best to save his leg, but they could not. Unfortunately, the doctors had to amputate his right leg below the knee. Now, he needs a right prosthetic leg to walk again.
He lives in a small house with his wife, four children, and a brother. He is financially dependent on his brother. His brother works as a salesperson at a local shop and earns just PKR 12,000 a month. Due to financial constraints, he cannot get a new prosthetic leg. He said in despair:
“I feel anxious and depressed all the time. Please donate to help me get an artificial leg, which can end my suffering.”
He visited Transparent Hands and submitted the required documents to register his case. We have promised to provide him with an artificial leg. It is not possible to arrange the required funds without your support. We request you to donate for Mirza’s Artificial leg to make it possible for him to live his life independently and confidently.
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