Donate to Asia Bibi for Her Tonsillectomy
Asia Bibi's Story
Asia Bibi, 11 years old, has developed chronic tonsillitis that causes constant pain in her throat along with frequent fever since the last two weeks. Every few days, these symptoms resurface, and the pain becomes unbearable. Asia’s father took her to the hospital where she was diagnosed with tonsillitis.
In order to get rid of the problem for good, Asia requires a tonsillectomy surgery to remove the tonsils. Recently, she put in a request to Transparent Hands for help with this surgery, as her family cannot afford the surgery on their own.
“My family has been financially struggling for as long as I can remember. We hardly have enough money to buy food so getting my surgery is beyond impossible. I don’t want to add to the stress my father already faces because of our financial situation.”
Asia’s father works as a daily wager and earns around PKR 400 daily. All of the financial burdens of his family, which includes his wife and 5 children and his aged mother, is on him which is why it is next to impossible for him to manage the cost of her daughter’s surgery. Their financial situation is bad to the extent where they can’t even afford rent and currently reside with a relative. Shafiq Alam, Asia’s father found out about Transparent Hands through a friend who suggested he contacted them for help.
Asia Bibi’s case has been approved and we are now collecting donations for her surgery. We would like to request you to please contribute to the costs and give her a chance to enjoy her life in good health.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.
Asia Bibi's Story
Asia Bibi was diagnosed with chronic tonsillitis and was advised a tonsillectomy by the ENT specialist. She was admitted in Ahmed Medical Complex and the procedure was performed by Dr. Syed Mudasir Shah on 26.10.2020. Her inflamed tonsils were removed. She stayed in the hospital for two days and was discharged in a stable condition. Asia is on a swift way to recovery and will soon be joining her schoolmates.
“My daughter had recurrent episodes of fever and sore throat. She could not swallow anything and her sleep was very disrupted. I am so glad her tonsils have finally been removed.”- Asia’s mother