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Mustaqeem Ali's Story
Just like the fragrance of flowers makes you happy, a child can brighten the world of their parents. They say children are like those delicate little buds which need not only your love but care and protection as well to grow into beautiful flowers. Unfortunately, one such flower is in so much pain right now. But, you can help him. You can make a difference. We request you to please donate for Mustaqeem Ali’s PSARP as much as you can.
Five-year-old Mustaqeem Ali has been suffering from ARM (Anorectal malformation) since birth. ARM is a birth defect in which the anus and rectum (the lower end of the digestive tract) does not develop properly. As a result, a child suffering from this is not able to pass stool properly. Therefore there is a need to create a temporary opening to manage the fecal contents.
Doctors operated on him. Now, Mustaqeem Ali needs to undergo a PSARP – the second step of the management to make his back passage. Mustaqeem`s parents took him again to the hospital for the second surgery but due to the COVID-19 situation, the hospital refused to take his case. Mustaqeem’s father told us:
“I spend my entire day at farms working tirelessly for my son. But, even if I save for an entire lifetime, I won’t be able to save up enough for my son’s surgery.”
After a lot of physical and mental anguish, Mustaqeem Ali’s parents have registered his case with Transparent Hands. We have assured them that we would arrange his surgery as soon as we can. All we need is your help. Now you know the story of this child’s pain. You can join hands with Transparent Hands to end his suffering. You know the patient, you know the story! We urge you to donate for Mustaqeem Ali’s PSARP 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.