Haram Imran's Story
Haram Imran, 2 years old, suffers from rectovestibular fistula- a congenital anorectal disorder. In order to correct this, she requires an ASARP surgery as soon as possible. Since she is still a child, she is at the ideal stage to get this corrective procedure after which, she will be able to perform her bowel function normally.
“We were so worried when she was born and the doctors told us that her condition is not normal. They told us she would need multiple surgeries. Knowing that my new-born is going to be operated on is stressful enough on its own, but we also had to worry about how to arrange the money for that. We didn’t have the money for one operation, let alone three. Somehow, we were able to arrange the money for the two previous surgeries but now, we are at a complete dead-end. We have no money, no assets, no valuables left.”- Haram’s Father
Haram’s first surgery for her condition was done at a local hospital in their area at 9 months of age. Since then, her ASARP surgery has been planned to construct her back passage at the normal site. Her father, a rickshaw driver by profession, only earns around 18,000 PKR a month. Around 3000 PKR are spent on renting the small space that they occupy in Lahore. With the rest, Haram’s father supports his wife, Haram and 3 sons. Owing to financial constraints, he has not been able to pursue his daughter’s treatment on his own. This is why, he has approached Transparent Hands for help.
Haram deserves a normal life like other kids of her age.
Please donate to make sure she can get her final surgery as soon as possible.
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Haram Imran's Story
Haram Imran, 1 ½ years old, was suffering from anorectal malformation (ARM) resulting in abnormal communication between the rectum and genital tract. Her colostomy was done at 9 months of age to make a temporary passage for stool and she was advised surgery to construct her back passage at the normal site. Her surgery, an anterior sagittal anorectoplasty, was done at Akram Medical Complex, on 13-02-20, by Dr Naveed Haider. She stayed for two days in the hospital with good post-operative recovery and was discharged with advice.