Donate to Tayyaba Raffique for her Colostomy Closure
Tayyaba Raffique's Story
“Tayyaba has been experiencing this unrest since her childhood. Misery and pain in this young age is quite a tragedy. To take her out of this pain help her and lend a hand”
1.8 years old Tayyaba Raffique was born with a birth defect, Anorectal malformation. She had her first surgery done when she was of 1.5 years. She has been facing unrest since then which does not seem to reduce any sooner.
Tayyaba’s father works as a laborer and hardly earns 15,000 PKR per month. She has 3 siblings who all live in a 2 bedroom apartment. The daily expenses are on the shoulders of her father alone who manages to maintain a decent ratio between their daily bread and medical expenses.
“I was tired of visiting local hospitals for useless appointments with unaffordable surgery costs of hospitals along with uncooperative staff. Coming to Transparent Hands was the best decision for my daughter as she was assisted properly and free of cost treatment was given to her by having my financial condition in sight” –Tayyaba’s Father talked to TH.
Tayyaba’s Posterior sagittal anorectoplasty (PSARP) was done under the supervision of Transparent Hands on 19th July. Her final surgery is still required which needs your cooperation. Donate for Tayyaba now.
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Tayyaba Raffique's Story
Tayyaba Raffique, 1½ years old, was suffering from anorectal malformation (ARM) resulting in an anteriorly placed anal opening. She was operated on when she was 5 months old to make a temporary passage for stool. Her anterior sagittal anorectoplasty (ASARP) was done one month ago through Transparent Hands. Tayyaba was advised a final surgery to close her colostomy. Her surgery was done at Akram Medical Complex, on 08-11-19, by Dr Naveed Haider. She stayed for four days in the hospital, with good post-operative recovery, and was discharged in healthy a condition.