Ramzan Azhar's Story
Gift this 5 years old the ability to live a normal and active life like other children
Ramzan Azhar is a born patient of Anorectal Malformation – a defect in which anus and rectum don’t develop properly. Ramzan underwent his first surgery when he was only 2 days old at a local hospital. His colostomy was made but defect wasn’t corrected at that time. The doctor advised his parents to prepare Ramzan for two more surgeries. His second surgery was done in a local hospital when he was 4 years old. After that, his malformation was partially corrected and it required another surgery.
Ramzan’s father has spent all his savings on his treatment. These days, he is hardly managing to even pay for food and water. He works as a laborer in a factory and earns only 14,000 rupees a month. In such meager income, he has to pay for his children school fees, household expenses and medicines for his old parents who are also living with them. They contacted many hospitals for help but nobody paid attention to them. Ramzan’s father came to know about Transparent Hands and they came here with high hopes.
Ramzan is now scheduled for his Colostomy reversal surgery in a few days at Akram Medical Complex. After surgery, he’ll be able to pass stool through normal passage. Ramzan’s surgery will only be possible with the help of your donations.
In this holy month of Ramadan, we request you to pay as much as you can for his surgery so that his malformation can be fixed permanently making it easier for him to perform his day to day activities without any discomfort!
Ramzan Azhar's Story
Ramzan Azhar 5 years old boy had his colostomy made at 11th day of life for Anorectal malformation- Imperforate anus present since birth. After this his back passage was formed in another surgery and he was advised surgery to reverse his temporary opening for passage of stool- colostomy closure. His surgery was done in Akram Medical Complex on 12-06-18 by Dr. Naveed Haider. His colostomy was closed and intestinal continuity was restored. He recovered well in two days of hospital stay and was discharged in good health.