Kashif Shahzad's Story
He is unable to work and eat with his one hand. Help him in getting a Rt. Mechanical Functional Hand!
Kashif Shehzad used to work in a factory and earn a meager income. Around 5 months ago, he met with an accident in his factory where his right hand got stuck in a machine and was severely injured. Doctor had to amputate his hand after the accident. Since then, he has been experiencing difficulty in eating, working and performing his daily chores with one hand. He went to many hospitals and doctors recommended him to get a Rt. Mechanical Hand made for normal living but that is very costly and beyond his reach.
Kashif’s father and brother are the only earning members of the family. They work as security guards and earn a little income together. This family hardly manages to make both ends meet. In such circumstances, it is impossible for them to pay for Kashif’s prosthesis expenses. They requested many local hospitals for free prosthesis but nobody paid attention to them. Then his colleague told him about Transparent Hands and he immediately came here.
Kashif is now scheduled for his Artificial Limbs Fitting for his Rt. Mechanical Functional Hand. After his procedure, he’ll be able to start his work normally like before. But its not possible without your support. Kashif says, “I’m unable to earn and support my family due to which we are struggling every day. Please support me.”
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Kashif Shahzad's Story
Kashif Shehzad 20 years of age had crush injury on his Rt. Hand while working on a heavy machine in a packaging factory. He was immediately taken to a local hospital where his Rt hand amputation was done at below elbow level. He recovered well but was depressed to loose his valuable Rt hand which he needed to work with. He was not even able to perform his day to day activities. He was advised to wear artificial hand. His functional artificial hand was arranged from HOPE rehabilitation center by Transparent Hands and applied on 25-10-18. He is feeling happy and independent in his working. He started a new job as well.