Tayyba Noor's Story
It is unfair to let a child live a disturbing life just because she was born poor!
Tayyba Noor is a 9 years old kid who had to undergo her first surgery in a local hospital due to abdominal TB which had seriously affected the gut and the lining of her abdominal cavity. Her surgery was no less than a life-saving operation because this disease leads to complications like bowel rupture sepsis and death in some cases.
Though she has recovered from TB, she can still not live a normal life like other people. Now the surgeons need to perform an Ileostomy Closure to reverse the diverted passage of small intestine so that she can go to bathroom in the usual way and can live without any assistance to perform her daily functions.
Tayyba’s father is a daily wage laborer who earns only 15,000 per month. He has 5 daughters and 2 sons. He has managed to marry off his two daughters and his eldest son aged 22 years is mentally retarded. His other son aged 17 years is working as an electrician to support his family at this young age. Tayyba is the youngest of all but she had to leave her schooling due to her health problems. Tayyba’s father tries to fulfill the necessities of all his children within his meager income but a costly Ileostomy Closure surgery is far too beyond his reach.
“Having a lovely daughter is a rewarding gift but seeing that child struggling with serious health issues is extremely upsetting. Please help my child so that she can live a blessed and healthy life.”- Tayyba’s mother.
Your generous efforts and donations can enable Tayyba to undergo her surgery (Ileostomy Closure) at Akram Medical Complex. Your monetary contribution can add ease and comfort to her childhood days and let her go to school again.
Tayyba Noor's Story
9 years old Tayyba had her ileostomy (a temporary opening for passage of stools) made after her emergency surgery for Intestinal Tuberculosis (TB) was done. She was advised surgery to reverse this ileostomy. Her surgery was done in Akram Medical Complex on 26-12-18 by Dr. Naveed Haider. Her ileostomy was closed and intestinal continuity was restored once again. She recovered well during 7 days of her hospital stay and was discharged in good health.