Donate to Haram Imran for Her Colostomy Closure
Haram Imran 's Story
Haram Imran, 2 years old, suffered from rectovestibular fistula- a congenital anorectal disorder. Haram’s first surgery for her condition, a colostomy, was done at a local hospital in her area at 9 months of age. After that, to construct her back passage at the normal site, her ASARP surgery was done through Transparent Hands in February 2020. In order for her stool passage to function normally now, she requires one last surgery- a colostomy closure.
Haram’s 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, he supports his wife, Haram, and 3 sons. Because of his limited income, he has again not been able to pursue his daughter’s treatment on his own and has once again sought help from Transparent Hands.
“This platform supported us before and I have faith that it will be able to do so again. My daughter is almost at the finish line. Please help her get there.”- Haram’s Father
You supported Haram once before. She is now just one small step away from a completely normal childhood.
Please donate to her one more time to make sure she can have her surgery.
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Haram Imran 's Story
Haram Imran, 2 years old, was suffering from rectovestibular fistula by birth. Her anterior sagittal anorectoplasty (ASARP) was done 4 months ago through Transparent Hands. Now, she was advised surgery for colostomy closure. She remained admitted for 3 days in Akram Medical Complex and was treated by Dr. Naveed Haider on 05-06-20. Her colostomy was reversed and she was discharged in good health.