Kinza Fatima's Story
24-year-old Kinza Fatima is currently pregnant with her second child. Having already given birth to a son via C-section, the doctors have advised her to deliver her second child via a C-section as well, to avoid complications. However, the operation comes with medical costs that Kinza and her husband cannot afford.
Kinza’s husband works as a laborer and is paid a salary of 17,000-18,000 PKR per month, which gets him and his family by with a lot of difficulties. Apart from this, this family has no other resources to rely on. Owing to their extreme financial limitations, Kinza and her husband have contacted Transparent Hands for help.
“The hospitals currently agreeing to admit me for delivery are demanding fees that my husband and I cannot afford. But our only option is to go to one of these hospitals. Local or welfare hospitals are not taking us off their waitlists, even though we have been trying for months now. Where am I to go when my due date approaches, when every establishment we visited turned us away for one reason or another?” – Kinza
To have her operation safely, at a competent institute, Kinza’s only hope is the donations collected through this channel.
To help her out, please contribute to her surgery cost.
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Kinza Fatima's Story
Kinza Fatima, 22 years old, was about to give birth to her 2nd child. She had a surgery done for previous childbirth. She was advised for an elective surgery again this time. She had to proceed with the surgery earlier than the planned date due to fetal distress. Her C-section was done on 25-08-20 at Noor Medicare Hospital, Lahore by Dr Munnaza Malik. The mother recovered well after the surgery, but the premature newborn could not survive despite their best efforts. He was shifted to Children’s Hospital nursery, where he expired. The patient stayed in the hospital for two days and was later discharged in good health.