Shafqat Ullah's Story
Only you can keep Shafqat’s hopes alive. He has been struggling and experiencing pain since polio affected one of his legs when he was a child. Your support will make a huge difference in Shafqat Ullah’s life. Therefore, we would urge you to donate for Shafqat Ullah’s Leg Braces as soon as possible.
Shafqat Ullah, a 32-year-old resident of Gujranwala, became a victim of Polio in his early childhood. The disease affected his leg badly and caused deformity. The leg affected by polio is shorter than the other one. Because of this, he has been suffering from hip joint pain all his life. Shafqat cannot walk properly. Due to financial constraints, he has not been able to afford the leg braces he needs to improve his life. Shafqat Ullah shared his sorrow with Transparent Hands in the following words:
“Despite this disability, I still do as much as I can. But, I have been enduring this pain since childhood and it is affecting my routine tasks. There’s so much I want to do, but I have to depend on others. Please help me.”
Shafqat Ullah lives in a joint family with his wife and their two children. Shafqat is a private school teacher but he is also continuing his studies. He bears most of his family’s expenses and also pays his tuition fee. This leg brace is crucial for Shafqat’s well-being and for his family’s survival.
Shafqat Ullah reached out to Transparent Hands and requested us to get him leg braces. Now that Shafqat Ullah has been registered with Transparent Hands, we are determined to make his life better. We urge you to donate for Shafqat Ullah’s Leg Braces without any delay. You can unlock a healthy future for Shafqat Ullah and make a big difference in the lives of his children.
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