Zain Ali's Story
Before you dive into the details of Zain Ali’s ailment, please know that it can be eradicated with your help. Therefore, we urge you to please donate for Zain Ali’s Orchidopexy as much as you can and help an ailing heart.
Three-year-old Zain Ali has been suffering from a condition known as left cryptorchidism i.e. undescended testis ever since he was born. The condition arises when a testicle doesn’t move into its proper position i.e. scrotum. Fortunately, there does exist a treatment for Zain Ali’s problem. It is known as an Orchidopexy, a surgical procedure that is performed to position an undescended testicle into its proper place. It is a common surgical procedure with a success rate of one hundred percent.
While there is no doubt about the efficacy of the procedure, unfortunately, Zain Ali’s parents cannot afford the hefty cost of the surgery. Zain Ali’s father is the sole earner of the family without any permanent source of income. He works as a laborer on daily wages and hardly makes PKR 20,000 per month. With this income, he barely manages to take care of basic utilities, groceries and household expenses. Therefore, he is in no position to arrange for his son’s surgery. He told us:
“If it were up to me , I would swish a magic wand and make everything right. My son’s health, my financial situation, everything. Alas! Life is not magical for people like us. It tough and it get tougher with each day passing.”
As a last resort, Zain Ali’s parents have requested Transparent Hands for help. The only thing standing between Zain Ali and the treatment he needs is financial constraint. Therefore, we request you to donate for Zain Ali’s Orchidopexy as much as you can. Click the green button above and donate now.
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