Donate to Alisha Imran for her Colostomy Closure
Alisha Imran's Story
“With help from Transparent Hands, my daughter’s previous surgery was successful. She is now one small step away from a normal healthy life and I hope and pray with all my heart that we get to see this through.” – Alisha’s Father
6 year old Alisha Imran was born with Anorectal Malformation and her first surgery, a colostomy, was done a few days after her birth. Later on, the family contacted several hospitals for her ASARP procedure but were stalled. They then contacted Transparent Hands and were able to get Alisha operated. Now, she is ready for the final surgery- a colostomy closure.
Alisha’s father works as a laborer and earns 12,000 rupees a month on average. With this meager income, he has to feed 6 people. The family’s only asset is one small house that they all currently reside in. It is not possible for them to bear the expense of this procedure.
Any help from you can bring Alisha closer to a completely healthy life
She is almost there! All contributions matter.
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Alisha Imran's Story
Alisha Imran, 5 years old, was suffering from anorectal malformation (ARM) resulting in an abnormal communication between the rectum and genital tract. Her colostomy was done just after her birth to make a temporary passage for stool and she was advised surgeries to construct her back passage and close the colostomy later on. Her back passage was constructed about 2 months ago through Transparent Hands and now, she came for her colostomy closure. Her surgery was done at Akram Medical Complex, on 14-02-20, by Dr Naveed Haider. She stayed for 3 days in the hospital with good post-operative recovery and was discharged in good health.