Shabnum Bibi's Story
Before you dive into the gory details of Shabnum Bibi’s ailment, please know that only your help can get her back up on her feet. Therefore, we request you to please donate for Shabnum’s artificial leg.
One year ago, at the age of thirty-four years, Shabnum Bibi had a terrible road accident. She was riding a motorcycle when the motorcycle accidentally hit a truck. Shabnum Bibi sustained severe trauma to her right leg resulting in a crushed leg. The rescue teams immediately took her to the hospital, where her leg had to be amputated. After the wound healed, the doctor advised her to get a prosthetic leg. Shabnum Bibi hovered here and there in search of a prosthetic leg. But, due to COVID closures, Shabnum Bibi could not get an artificial leg from a public hospital.
Unfortunately, Shabnum Bibi cannot afford to arrange her surgery at a private hospital. Shabnum Bibi’s husband passed away ten years ago. Since then, she has been the sole earner of the family. Due to her disability, she has been unable to work and thus relies on the financial support of neighbors and relatives. Shabnum Bibi told us:
“Ever since my husband passed away, I have had to perform multiple roles at the same time. I am the mother, father, and provider of the family. After my accident, it feels as if I have failed in all the roles. I am not even able to take care of myself. Whoever is reading this, please help me.”
Therefore, with their doctor’s help, Shabnum and her son have registered themselves with Transparent Hands. We hope that with your kind donations, we will be able to arrange her artificial leg for free. Therefore, we urge you to please donate for Shabnum’s artificial leg. Help us get her back up on her feet. Donate as much as you can.
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.